I posted before with few answers or replies "full circle from 14 to 49." To my surprise, the young man came back and tried again. Somehow the house was unlocked, he called my son's cell which I answered because I had it in the car and had just taken him to the Y. The man said, "I stopped to use your bathroom and didn't want to startle you." Which my counselor interprets as "I'm in your house with my pants down and ready for you." Yeek!! Not following my instincts, I went home, asked if he remembered (he did) and tried to talk to him about the meth (he says he hasn't used in 3 months). He told me this had been something he wanted for "quite awhile." Told him it wasn't what I wanted, he is like a son. He picked me up (easily) and began to carry me into my bedroom (had said before, "let's talk in your bedroom") but put me down because the dog was nipping his butt. Told him to leave, he asked "am I sexy?" I say for someone else not me, he tries again, I? say "go, just go." he says, "r u sure?" I say yes and he gives me these big sad eyes and leaves. And yes, he did touch and say things in the time he was there. Does meth make you act on fantasies?
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