My husband to be has been dealing with a meth addiction. I

My husband to be has been dealing with a meth addiction. I want to be there for him and help him through it but he only admits to it being a problem half of the time. Ive watched him be hospitalized for psychosis and becomes extremely paranoid when on it but denies it all later. All i can do is sit back and watch him use and take it when he gets agitated with me. When he is sober he is the most loving person and truely my best friend. I just dont know how to handle it when he uses.

I'll give you some links for families of addicts that contains supportive information on what you can and should do. Read them carefully as it may carve a path for your husbands survival.

https://crystalmeth.org/for-the-public/for-friends-and-families.html

http://www.narconon.org/blog/methamphetamine/family-guide-stopping-meth-abuse/

http://www.adin.com.au/about-us/103-ice-support-for-family-and-friends

http://www.methaction.org/what_do_you_do

http://www.nar-anon.org/

http://drug.addictionblog.org/how-to-help-a-crystal-meth-addict/

Some books are helpful as well

How to Quit Meth Now: A Self-Help Guide to Kicking Your Meth or Cocaine Addiction

https://www.amazon.com/How-Quit-Meth-Now-Self-Help/dp/1502921448/ref=sr_1_8?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1502854786&sr=1-8&keywords=meth+addiction

Quitting Crystal Meth: What to Expect & What to Do: A Handbook for the first Year of Recovery from Crystal Methamphetamine

https://www.amazon.com/Quitting-Crystal-Meth-Handbook-Methamphetamine/dp/1477584633/ref=sr_1_5?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1502854786&sr=1-5&keywords=meth+addiction

In the end though you have to get your husband in a rehab clinic.

http://americanaddictioncenters.org/meth-treatment/options/

Nothing is easy when it comes to meth. And getting yourself and your husband through this is a living hell. However, if you love your husband you will do everything in your power to help him get rid of this addiction.

Be careful though that in your quest to help him you do not get destroyed in the process yourself, before that happens you'd better bail out as a last resort. Until then (and i know this is easier said then done) Hold on, even though it's hard and persevere in getting your husband clear from his addiction, we all in here support you from the very bottom of our hearts in doing so.

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Thank you so much. I will look into those links.

I have a question. When he uses he is often late for work or even misses work when comes down. I normally make sure he wakes up and goes to work but am i just enabling him? Should i let him be accountable for his actions?

@Yoderbn yes, he is a grown man and should be held accountable for his actions. Maybe it will help him realize how bad he really is.