My husband has been smoking K2 since I met him. However, when I first met him, he was a new user. I had never known the details of it until I met him.
I even tried it scared the living crap out of me, and I stopped from that time on. I didn’t understand how he could use it and feel like I felt while I felt the day I tried it.
He had stopped on his own and went cold turkey for a whole year, right before we got married.
We were happy and decided to have a child but only five months into our marriage very soon after losing an excellent job.
He was working on finding out. I was pregnant he went right back to it. I have witnessed him vomiting, choking up off of it, falling out and can’t stand to his feet, looking zombified. This stuff is bad.
I am at my breaking point now with him. I love him, but he has to go. He has taken things from our home to go pawn them in to get money for it.
He has spent our rent money on going to get it. He won’t stop, he lies and says he has stopped, but he will for 2-3 days and goes back doing it. He has lost jobs because of his addiction to K2.
He has anger episodes from doing it or lack of doing it. He stays up all night when not doing it. He uses to tell me he did it to go to sleep.
But everything he tries to convince me of is a lie. I no longer believe anything he says, and he has to go. I will raise our child alone, just like I have with my other three children.
I can’t deal with someone who is harming themselves and don’t want to help themselves. He doesn’t want to change, and it’s over.
The only person other than myself trying to help him is his big sister, and she is becoming weary herself. I can’t wait for any more.
So until he is completely off, we are about to separate. I just told him tonight before the sun goes down tomorrow he has to go. I have my children and this unborn child to worry.
I can’t keep worrying myself with an adult and their issues. I love him, but I have to love him enough to let him go.
He is nothing but a burden right now. And I don’t want to lose our unborn child too busy trying to change him when he doesn’t want it for himself.