I just got off the phone with my friend. He has a bad alcohol and drug problem, and the reason why I joined this group. He has been drinking and is "messed up" He said he might go out and drive somewhere. I told him "please dont do it... its not a good idea... very dumb" But anyways he said he didnt know if he would or not, he might. So after I got off the phone with him I felt like I needed to call the police and tell them that he might be out drinking and driving. They said they "would keep a look out for him" Im just really worried that if he does he will get pulled over and get sent to jail. He says all of the time that his life is bad and nothing is going right for him. I kinda feel bad for telling on him cause I love him so much, but deep down I know what I did was the right thing. Maybe if he does go to jail it might open up his eyes and see that he has a problem. I pray fo him all the time for God to help him and to do what ever it takes to make him see. Bring him down to the bottom if that is what it takes, just please dont let him die.
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