The addiction to drugs is so strong that it is not always possible to overcome it. It is important that the person himself wants to end his old life once and for all and embark on the path of correction.
Drug addiction is ruining the lives of hundreds and thousands of people around the world. It is difficult to call this a disease, because there is no pill or medicine that would save the addict. Drugs poison the life of all family members, because it is very difficult to watch your child, husband or brother suffer.
This problem has befallen many families. And the sooner you start fighting addiction, the better your chances of success. It is impossible to overcome addiction without the patient's desire. If the realization that he has chosen the wrong path does not come to him, then such conditions should be created for him so that the desire to change his life appears. This is the challenge facing relatives and friends who want to help the addict. It will depend on the behavior of others whether there will be changes in the patient's life or not. You cannot be allowed to take things out of the house and give money for the next dose, you cannot indulge the threats of suicide. It is important to have a clear position and be able to say "No".
Loved ones stop living their lives, all efforts are aimed at fighting and overcoming addiction.
It is necessary to instill in the drug addict that he can count on help from his family, but this help does not consist in buying drugs. You can offer him psychological help, rehabilitation therapy in specialized clinics. If the addict refuses to help, then the best way is to leave it to himself. Let him look for a roof over his head, earn money himself, feed and dress. Only when he finds himself in such difficult conditions, he, perhaps, realizes the need for change. Life on the street without family support, problems with law enforcement agencies can psychologically break a person and make him think.
The addict must be cured spiritually and physically. Drug treatment and rehabilitation centers will help with this. The first ones help to refuse the dose and cope with fragility, severe pain. After that, the addict should be referred to a rehabilitation center. It is not enough just to overcome the physical ailment after getting rid of drugs. The problem lies much deeper, namely in the head of a person.
After the rehabilitation course, mistrust, fear, suspicions must pass. If the former addict returns from the adaptation center to the old environment, then the likelihood of a repetition of events increases.
Rehabilitation centers help to change thinking, rethink values, that is, spiritually heal. The recovery course in specialized centers for drug addicts lasts about a year. There, individual programs for working with patients are selected. There are trainings with the participation of former drug addicts who tell about their way of fighting addiction. During a difficult period of adaptation, the support and participation of the family is important.