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Scared of druggie son. Who can help him and me

(5 Posts)
notmrscookie Sun 11-Sep-16 20:06:58

Have a 16 yr old son . social services no help just advised cal police .. Police where like we will bail him to you .. Dad can't accept this prior mediation end with you are trying to break my relationship up. What would crime stoppers or women aid do . can I just wak way and rent a room for my own safety and well being . I am finding the pull of reported him and keep him safe so hard to Iive with against my relationship with myself for giving him a record.

Cary2012 Sun 11-Sep-16 20:15:41

Are you scared of him physically hurting you love? Has he attacked you?

notmrscookie Sun 11-Sep-16 21:53:42

Shouts , , smashed doors , abusive when he returns on high. Damages things , doesn't lock or close front back door .. Got lock on garage doors as e his group tried smoking in there and started a fire in re to keep warm ...eldest son has lock on his bedroom ..getting one fixed soon .. Hand bag with me all times .. Had the pin free thing taken off credit card ... Pushed against walls and verbal .. He raids house to lock for any money including my bedroom .. Deals to make money too. ..Saturday job isn't worth it as he makes more dealing. ..not nice

Lethimbloodygrowup Mon 12-Sep-16 05:57:59

Jesus christ, sounds like my brother, i had to put a lock on my door too, in the end i told my mum either he goes or i do, currently living at my partners mums house while we save for a deposit on a house, dont really talk to my mum now!

fusspot66 Mon 12-Sep-16 06:06:46

Oh cookie
To an outsider it's so obvious that you have to go the police route. It sounds also.like he's mixing with some people he can't say no.to, as well. You can't live like that. Do not have him bailed to you, it's not safe. Hugs

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