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Right is hard enough. He or she uses drugs. Should you get married to a drug user? No one but you can make that decision. But before you make it, here are some things to consider. Most drug users, especially the heavy users, have one great love: The more they get into drugs, the more time and effort they put into feeding their addiction. Life becomes a cycle: Love of family—and time for family activities—take a distant second place to love of drugs.

Employment, Finances and Drugs Most drug users are poor providers. But even those who are employed full-time have far higher job turnover rates than non-users, according to a study from the U.

Department of Health and Human Services. And for drug users, good jobs are harder to find. A PBS documentary reported that virtually all of the Fortune companies require drug tests before they hire new workers. They also conduct random drug tests on their existing employees. Drugs cost money, lots of it.

And the drug-related expenses go beyond the cost of the drugs themselves. Overdoses, drug-related illnesses, traffic accidents caused by drugs: Some of it comes from the search for money to buy drugs. But a lot of violent crime comes from people doing things under the influence of drugs that they would never consider doing when sober.

Unfortunately, much of that crime takes place within the home itself. There are many stories of drug-related abuse. Drug Use Affects the Whole Family One story that captured the headlines some years ago involved a Manhattan lawyer who threw his six-year-old daughter against a wall and then sat in front of the girl, smoking cocaine with his companion, a book editor and author, while the girl lapsed into a coma and eventually died.

When police arrived at the apartment, they also found a month- old boy, soaked in urine, encrusted with dirt, tethered by rope to a filthy playpen. Why would two such intelligent people be so heedless and reckless in their behavior unless their minds were messed up with drugs? Drug users and their families develop a whole new group of friends: These new friends, and the things they do, are all part of the drug culture: Too often, the whole family gets sucked into the drug culture: And too often they bring their families along with them.

And these — under the right conditions — can trigger a relapse. Even if their efforts are successful, people in rehab give up their prime years — years when they could be focusing on building a career and raising families.

Can you change him or her?

Studies have shown that prolonged drug abuse can actually alter the physical and chemical structures of the brain, and even produce a brain disorder, called addiction or . In the latest issue of THR, former manager Jeff Wald -- who used to snort cocaine for breakfast -- recalls in harrowing detail his journey from highflying addict repping Sly Stallone and David.

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