Dating a recreational drug user
I know he can’t just stop needing this but it’s unlikely I’ll ever start enjoying it. Pick one, RS: You can continue to spank him yourself (until he’s sobbing and your libido is dead), you can refuse to spank him (which will end with him seeing one of his old spanking buddies behind your back), or you can let him get his spankings from someone who enjoys spanking him just as much as he enjoys being spanked (again, one of his old spanking buddies). In addition to being a nationally syndicated sex advice columnist, the author of several books, and the host of the Savage Lovecast, Savage is “a deviant of the highest order” (Daily Caller). My partner (32m) and I (33f) have been dating over two years and living together the past five months.On top of this, he has recently started microdosing with shrooms but the biggest issue - he didn't tell me he was doing so. These are the facts upon which you should make your choice. But it's tough when the ratio of sober time to high time gets out of wack.Overall the microdosing was barely noticeable until I noticed tiny changes in his behavior. But like most humans you will most likely allow emotion to play into the equation and stay with your BF until either one of you can no longer live with the unhappiness related to this conflict of values. You are not being controlling or overreacting in any way. And I'm hoping telling you a bit about my experience will help you understand why. With pot smoking, he (we will call him ' S') smoked a lot, all day every day.I see her as a very potential partner for and don't want to blow this by disclosing (too early).
His drug of choice is pot, as with most people my age.
He knows this about me and recently has started smoking a lot again.
Which is his choice, I just take space from him when he's high - which he then resents because he wants to spend time with me.
I also have a lot of personal pain associated with drugs and pot in general.
I grew up in poverty, the oldest of six, with stoner parents who often couldn't buy us food but had money for drugs. My and my siblings well being took a backseat - including a brother who was on a respirator for most of his life - and they still chose to smoke pot and cigarettes inside.Am I going to go home one day and find high S again?