On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 9:31 AM,
Tough situation there but you cannot help those who aren't willing to help themselves. Sorry about all of that though. Korn and music will always help you through. =]
On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 6:47 AM,
Yes, that a hard one.. The addicted person has NO clue that their addiction affects ALL the people ( family and friends) around them. Alcohol leads to problems. They are very hurtful, disruptive, hostile and it does affect their personal relationships as well as social standing with everyone they are close to. Its a disease and a hard one to break. Sometimes they have to hit rock bottom. Like lose a friend, out of the band or move out. Rock bottom depends on the person drinking and what is important to them. Sometimes, just sometimes, their crying out for your help. You know things have to change, even if he is a good friend and band member. Your in a hard place but you have to do something for healthiness of your mind.
On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 10:04 PM,
If I were you, I would tell him 'gimmie died and cannot be resurrected.' You are wise to take action, otherwise, you could be defined as an enabler.
Alcohol and drugs are a hard thing to rid oneself of, takes a lot of courage and determination; back bone.
Sounds like he means a lot to you....I would hate to be in your shoes. I would have to turn BITCH, no more Ms. Nice Girl.
Life is too short for trivia matter, namely, an addiction that is controlling you, instead of you controlling it. Wish I could say the first, but I have allowed a substance to control me; crystal meth, I wanted ;change' though, and that is what I hope for your friend 'change.' the key.
On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 9:56 PM,
hahaha so sorry send him to a hotel, tell him all bills are paid... room sevice laundry fresh sheets.. let c what comes out when handed the bill!!! or take a hike for a month or even better 2..... man it is so much better alone!!!! but maybe your band will score big times one of this days and u won't worry nomore. slap tha bass!!!!