my fiance has been out of his detox for 3 weeks. he has been taking methadone on his own until he could get on a clinic.the other day he relapsed on it. i threatened to leave him and take our 3 month old son with me. i know thats not right to say but i'm afraid i'll loose my son. at the same time i want to help him. he sais he will take the rest of his methadone and detox himself off. he doesn't want to be on any drugs. he wants to be normal and drug free. he's done it befor, but last time he was only sniffing it. this time its more serious. he has only used for about 5 months each time, and its only happened twice. i saw what his withdrawls were like and it wasn't pretty. when he's not sick he talks about wanting to spand time with his son, excercize more, eat healthy,work, and so forth. but when he's sick he's mean. it hurts me and i try not to get upset but sometimes i do and we just fight. but now i'm trying not to upset him for fear he will relapse again. i know its not healthy to keep your feeling bottled up but i have no other choice. i'm curious to know if and how i could help him. i love him so much i just don't wanna turn away in his time of need.
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