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by  |  05-Apr-2017 03:28

My son knew none of these facts and was in “business” with some very scary people.

all things we have done dozens of times in the last 3 years. I can take him, but he is STUBBORN and says he will not speak and I will be throwing money in the garbage (which we absolutely can not spare- we live paycheck to paycheck- I stay home so I can be there for my kids before and after school – a lot of good that did!!!! But, you all need professional help and guidance at times like these.

In the past, have also removed his bedroom door after being caught smoking in his room. We have done every punishment we can think of to try to save him, to no avail. I have looked up drug specialist psychiatrists in our area and the closest is almost 100 miles away. )He has a very high ACT, colleges begging his to attend and throwing lots of money his way in scholarships. It’s overwhelming for you, he’s shutting you out…can benefit from someone who looks at the situation from the side.

Check for good hiding places in his room, the garage, or basement. He is 18, we are going to tell him to leave the house tomorrow, is that a good course of action ? A child who is doing and dealing drugs requires consequences. We were up until after 2am reading all the messages. I at least want to wait until after Christmas, but he does not. He thinks he has it so bad here, but he will find out different. No, but I will not have him living in our home if he chooses to engage in illegal activity. He knows right from wrong and is choosing wrong, and he needs to own up to his choices and discover the consequences. I’d suggest that you consult with a family counselor who has experience with adolescent drug abuse. they eventually told his to leave in no uncertain terms.. much of my sons so called secrets were discovered a couple of times when he left open his Facebook page…. question is can i tell Facebook about this or am i wasting my time… his older brothers did drugs years ago but are now married with children… After he couldn’t take being sick he started using more and more and since he did not work he had more time to get high so he liquidated everything.

You have to be proactive if you don’t want to lose your boy. My daughter told us our son is selling drugs, hash, we searched his room and found lots of money and small plastic bags and a set of micro scales. For him, but also I imagine our home life could be somewhat in danger now. I see his point, but I love that kid so damn much that this breaks my heart. He says quite often (usually when he’s mad) that as soon as he’s 18, he’s leaving, and well, what he doesn’t know is yeah, if he’s still smoking pot, etc., then he’s out. To make a long story short, our son worked for this same company before and was caught using herion so they sent him home to get cleaned up and offered him his job back once clean. He is or was their most skilled and valuable employee and super smart bordering on genus.

I am so afraid he will ruin every chance he has of getting a good education and end up on the streets with nothing. I’d suggest that you seek medical counsel from a psychotherapist who has experience with family process addictions. And explore here, for more info: saddens me that parents think that calling the police is the proper course of action.

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