I need to know whether I should try and speak to my friends parents as I don't think they're helping his recovery - even though they love him and trying to help. They are threatening to stop him seeing his children (his kids are the only thing really keeping him clean). He stopped taking heroin 5 months ago on his own but at times he cannot cope with his feelings. The only person he'll talk to is me (he won't go to therapy sessions)and whilst with me he sometimes drinks to excess. This is all his parents see and they've told him he mustn't see me anymore. I don't know what to do - speak to his parents or just wait and see what happens....
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