my friend has a drug problem but he wont talk about it to anyone?

we used to be unseperable but now i dont enjoy his company. hes been my best friend for three years basically had the whole high school experience bein friends with him. he has never been caught and thinks it will never happen. he quit his job and has started dealin, too. how to get him to change his ways before he gets sent to jail? his parents both know but they say they cant do anything about it

Asked By: wob - 1/9/2008
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1. First and foremost, your friend must acknowledge that using drugs is in fact a problem. Without acknowledging that a problem exists, there will never be a solution. Depending on the stage of drug use--experimental, social, habitual, dependent--your friend may not see a problem at all. This is where you must define... More
Answered By: yogachic♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♪♫♪♪♫♪♫♪♫♪♪♫♪♫♪♫♪ - 1/16/2008
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U should just talk to him about it or just ignore him if he is really your freind he will stop and come back to u. Also you could punch him run and say thats wat u desirve or u could let him get caught wait for him to get out of jail and he proubally will notice his mistake.
Answered By: Alex R - 1/9/2008
i wish i had something better to say, but yoyr friend has to make the decisions for himself...most addicts/users have to decide themselves to stop
Answered By: bronzebabekentucky - 1/9/2008
you know there isnt much you can do but let him make his own desicions i know its hard to sit back and watch him make the wrong chocies but you have to do wats best....or if you care about him you would tell an adult you really trust i mean he wont want you to but you are his bestfriend and you only want to hurt him... More
Answered By: mrz.diamond_08 - 1/9/2008
try talking to him to stop and pressure him about all the bad things about that kind of life. or just stop being friends with him and see if he will stop
Answered By: boohoou - 1/9/2008
if hes underage then just dont be his friend because i wouldnt want to get in the middle of that. every ciggarette is another year off your life
Answered By: MoSeS - 1/9/2008
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