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... Is this the kind of person you want your 16 yr old son looking up to? ... (4 replies)
... My 20 yr. old son is on his 3rd rehab for opiate addiction. ... (16 replies)
... to you my dear friend. It isn't such an easy thing to do but your son has to hit rock bottom and it won't happen when he has a nice warm house and two cops monitoring him all the time.... ... (119 replies)

... this earth to be abused like that. you can't live your life being yelled at and waiting on people that treat you that way. i can't tell you what to do with your son because i have never been in that position with one of my children. it must be devastating. i have to agree about giving your son an ultimatum. ... (51 replies)
... The way I see it, yesterday was God's way of telling you "I am in control". It was a message of hope for you. ... (18 replies)
... Boy have I've been there, done that!! If your father will let you stay with him, I'd leave today. You can give your son an ultimatum. He can go with you and stay clean, or you leave him on his own. Putting up with one is better than two. ... (51 replies)
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... That's great news. You have every right to be excited. You're his Mom. I hope it all works out for him. My son is doing well except for the job thing. He is supposed to have a colonoscopy but has had one before and doesn't want to do it again. ... (18 replies)
... lic. we have been married 7 yrs now. 4 yrs ago, he walked in drunk and stoned and quit his job. one year later he told me he was retired and not working anymore. for 4 years, I have watched him drink himself to death. 1 cup of coffee in the morning and then his first drink of bourbon. his sisters blame me. ... (5 replies)
... You are doing everything you can do as a mom and more, and yes I KNOW how far your son has come. It comes down to drastic things taking drastic measures. Your son can't see how his life is teetering right now and how it can easily go either way. And that he needs to do it all the way and not only halfway. ... (119 replies)
... es your angry.....I swore after leaving home I would never put up with another addiction as both my parents were alcoholics, but now I'm fighting my son's battle for him...Honey, we can only do the best with what we have been dealt with. It sounds like with 3 young children, you have your hands full. ... (11 replies)
Alcoholism
Sep 25, 2007
... First, I lost my grandfather to a senseless accident where he was driving drunk. He had been sober for many years, and then started drinking again and lost control of his truck just a tenth of a mile away from his home. ... (15 replies)
... I think that your son needs to have this ultimatum in order to get into that program....I just hope that it is one that is really going to dive into getting him the help that he needs. ... (119 replies)
Advice?
Jun 4, 2009
... As the mother of an alcoholic, and the sister of a heroine user, I found myself in AlAnon every day, sometimes hitting 2 meetings a day, for the first month. It was hard to accept that I really had no power over their behavior, that I could do nothing to change them. ... (2 replies)
... has he ever been treated for depression? ... (7 replies)
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... I called him and told him to come home and get his stuff and move out. He tried to tell me it was because he owed someone money before he left for rehab and they came looking for him. He kept asking me to meet him somewhere because he needed to talk and I wouldn't give in. ... (46 replies)
... That is good that you aren't going to aa with him, but you do need to get yourself to alanon. I am going to my 5th meeting tonight. My 18 year old son is a heroin addict. I am slowly learning that my going to alanon will not change him, but it will hopefully change me and the way I deal with his addiction. ... (15 replies)
... That's exactly what I've been thinking. Yes, it is common to have friends over for "sleepovers" when everyone is using. ... (26 replies)




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