My fiance was 5 months clean and lost it this weekend. How do you beat this demon? He doesn't even like getting high but says he can't stop it. Although I am an addict Cocaine is not my demon and I don't understand it so I come here to get your help as many of you have beat it and others are still fighting. Fighting this battle I know is something PO has to do on his own, noone makes him disappear for days without warning and use and I know it's only the grace of God that he finds his way back home after waking up from the trance this drug puts him in. I asked him his thoughts when he returned this morning and he said he just wanted to die, get so high his heart burst so that he didn't have to face me and the kids knowing we would be hurt and disappointed in him. What could I do but wrap my hands around him and tell him I will continue to pray. Is this all I can do? I see this shit happening in cycles...he can go for a few months but his baby mama is his trigger and as soon as she calls him it's a beer, then a few drinks, and then he's out for the night. Should I confront him when I see this cycle starting or does he know it?
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