Sarinthia Samaria - posted on 11/20/2013
God bless you Brandi and thank you for your response he's 19 years old and in college and he thinks it's not a addiction so I prayed and ask God to help him and left it in God's hands but I told him he got until he gets 21 to get him self together and he's out and I don't care what he does with the time he has left but he's out of here
Brandi - posted on 11/17/2013
Hi Sarinthia, How old are your sons? Do they still live at home? I'm not sure what you have tried or what you haven't tried yet but I've heard that the total transformation program works (I'm not selling this program I've just heard that it is effective). I know you can get it for free and you just have to pay for shipping costs.
I will pray for you and your sons. I'm also an advocate of tough love. I think that you should set some ground rules that they have X amount of time (30 days or 60 days, etc) to quit smoking pot and find a job or they will have to find somewhere else to live (depending on their age-if they are too young then it's not an option). But also that you should let them know that you love them and will do everything to help them such as rehab or counseling but they need to take responsibility for their actions and eventually learn how to take care of themselves and live on their own. And is there a male rolemodel in their lives that they feel comfortable talking to like a pastor or family member, etc? I think that will definitely help as well. If they know that they have a lot of love and support from family and friends it will be easier for them to make that transition.
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