Dating former meth user
Often touted as a “club drug,” many cities are now struggling to combat methamphetamine abuse.Current estimates are that there are 1.4 million people in the U. using and abusing methamphetamine; that number is steadily climbing.
Hello all, my boyfriend whom I have been living with for 3 years is a former Meth user.
Apparantly he read some material on the Internet saying that Meth was not dangerous for people and all the bad things about it were hype. He had not used for 5 and a half years at that point.
He then did Meth for 5 years or so on a regular basis. We dated long distance for 6 months and then he moved into my place in NY.
In turn, meth users become addicted to meth because the naturally-occurring dopamine is no longer available and they are unable to experience feelings of pleasure.
While methamphetamine was once considered a rural drug due to the high availability of compounds needed to cook meth, studies have shown that methamphetamine abuse is now spreading to cities and white collar workers.