First I want to clarify things again when I joined this community it was to let people aware of what happened to my daughter. I did state on some of my discussions that I have drank but I have not drank or been drunk for over 4 years perhaps I was a week-end alcoholic and didn't realize it. The issue now is and I don't know what to do or how to handle it is my son my only child left he is 26 first I do realize before any place can help him he must first want to get help but I believe he is a alcoholic and I know he is smoking pot he has had issues with drugs in the past and has done rehab he did well for awhile but since his sisters death he has spiraled out of contol I know this because when my daughter was killed me and my husband split I live in Florida and have no other family here so he moved down in april because my family was in fear that I was on the verge of a nervous break down so I know what is going on with him. I know he has drove home after drinking and after lossing my daughter this way this makes me furious to think he is endangering others not only his self. I guess my real question is do you think going to AA meeting or any kind of drug meeting could help me? I am at my wits end I am still battered from lossing my daughter and the thought of lossing my last child is making me even crazier
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