When one of you goes through this hell, you both go through it.
He would come home three to twelve hours late, and have no idea where he went, or how to get home.
We live maybe four minutes from our grocery store, and he would call and tell me he did not know how to get home.
So his poor mother and sister would go to Krogers and get him. I don’t know what I would have done without them.
You see, about a year or so before this, he had a heart attack. The doctors said he was one of those people who just die, without any signs.
So to treat your life with such abandonment was a total heartbreak for me to watch.
Here God gave him a second chance, and he throws it away. Never have I felt so lost and so helpless.
He was like a drunk. And I have never seen him drinking because that is not his thing.
My husband is the most man’s man I have ever met. And everyone loves him.
Not being able to get people to see what kind of hell our life had become was a nightmare.
So I just stopped trying. The only two individuals who believe me were the two who loved him as I did i.e. his mom and his sister.
Right off the bat, I went into full face commando. I watched who called him, who came over, that never did before.
When it was evident who these true enemies were, I made calls; I made threats, threats I meant to keep.
And yes, people did go to jail. This drug from hell cost us two cars and thousands of dollars and embarrassment beyond belief.
I was watching him die, and I could not stop him. This drug is that bad. I believe in our state it is finally illegal. Thank you, Lord Jesus.
And yes we are Christians, and it did not matter one little bit. It would take ages to explain all we went through.
He did finally stop, after being scared; he might kill someone in this state of mind.
I even called my family and told them that no matter what, DO NOT GET INTO A CAR WITH HIM.
We are still hurting financially. I pray for anyone who has to go through this, and I pray for the evil of this drug to stop.