He has already been in 2 treatment facilities, but when he was exposed to peers with drugs, it was all over. He has hypoglycemia, and had learned to maintain a proper diet in order to cope with his anxiety disorder, but when he started smoking, eating poorly, and finally doing drugs (pot, pills, alcohol, not sure what entirely)he spiraled downward rapidly. Personality completely changed. Says he doesn't plan to live past 30, so there's no point in excelling at school. Wants to leave us and live anywhere but at home. Our home was the happiest, safest place, and our daughters thrive here, but he has become such a monster, exposing his sisters to his outbursts, swearing, confrontations, inconsiderate behavior. I need to know that people survive things like this, that he can come out okay and one day be my son again.
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