Dating someone who does drugs
Looking back, he was very much a manipulative person.
In the bedroom, he became very physically aggressive and he'd make me do things I just wasn't comfortable with.
And he was still getting physically aggressive at home - I don’t know why I stayed so long. S., we were having a huge argument and it came out that he was thousands of dollars in debt.
It was completely unexplained because his parents had paid off his tuition fees.
looked at people who'd experienced drug abuse first hand to see how damaging the effects had been on their partners.
It was found that both men and women's happiness in a relationship declined as their frequency of drug use increased - while people whose partners occasionally used drugs cited their happiness as between 7-8 on the scale, for women who were with someone who constantly used drugs it fell to a 3.
More than half (56%) of respondents said they wouldn't remain in a relationship with someone who was suffering from substance abuse, but leaving a partner over their drug use is rarely simple."I was 18 going on 19 when I met Liam* at the warehouse party where he was DJing.
If I could give any advice to women in the same situation, it would be: get out.
If the signs are there and you’re starting to wonder, that’s a problem.