- Mood : Worried
I would try to support this person as much as you can @junels, do your best to point him in the right direction in terms of places that can help him overcome addiction, let him know that you will be there if he ever needs a friend, hope things work out, I’m always here if you need to chat or vent, message me anytime, my inbox is always open, stay strong, you are never alone (hugs)
@junels I think he told you what he told you exactly because he knew you were about to leave, and he wouldn’t have had to do anything to follow up on what he said, so, don’t feel too guilty about leaving, if you stayed, it would have been like it had been going before. It’s nice you want to help him, so, look for resources online about being friends with people coping with addiction, to inspire your interactions from afar and when you’ll go back. Specifically, regarding whatever you might have done to make him relapse, how to hold them responsible for their actions in spite of their addiction looking to blame everything else around them as an excuse to use more.