Now, before anyone judges him, I think he's great. He was just about 16 when he started taking drugs, beginning with weed, which then led to pills, amphetamines, speed, cocaine and more.
At the age of 21, he finally broke down. The drugs had gotten the better of him and snatched his personality away. It was at this point he stopped abusing them.
So now he's 26, and I'm 23. I've known him roughly three months now and we've been dating for one. I really like him, and I know that he can be really tempted to take drugs at times. I'm so proud of him though for not relapsing. He seems to really like me too, and I think he and I may have a future together. Do you think it's safe for me to be with him?
- It is safe.67% (6)67% (2)67% (8)Vote
- It might not be a safe bet.33% (3)33% (1)33% (4)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
All saints have a past and all sinners have a future. Roll the dice and see where it goes. He maybe "THE ONE".0
Most Helpful Girl
So long as you don't become his life support or he becomes clingy to you, and depends on how his past behaviour was. If he was aggressive and abusive towards other people then you should be careful. But it also depends on how long his been off drugs and how that has affected him - has he changed in a positive or negative way?
I personally think its great that your proud of him that his been off drugs :) He needs someone like you to support him through tough times; he needs someone to be proud of him for the smallest efforts he puts in. Stay with him; but if his back on the drugs or becomes abusive leave him. You don't need that in your life.1