What Is the Best Way to Help a Drug Addict?

Question by Tangerine.: What is the best way to help a drug addict?
My boyfriend has a drug problem that we have been trying to deal with for a while. He has gone a long way from where he was before to where he is now. But I still want to know how I can help him more.

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Answer by Young Master Ruprecht
Throw your sympathy out the window. BE consistant, never enable any amount for any reason. Stand your ground and keep it at arm’s length. Be sure that you have someone who can support you emotionally while you go about this very demanding type of relationship.

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