That is what I was told by Mr Man this morning.
Because I "am in possession of a controlled substance not prescribed to me".........however, I reminded him that "I do not possess them, they are in HIS home and HE is taking them." I am only making sure that he doesn't accidently overdose.
I said "go ahead and have me arrested for trying to keep a drug addict alcoholic from killing himself or someone else" because I am not afraid of going to jail.
1) I know the sheriff...
2) I am known by a couple of judges and several attorney's...
3) I do not have prior records of drug use and dui.....
4) The charge won't stick anyway....
5) I look good in orange!
My attorney friend told me a couple of years ago that if I ever needed assistance with getting help for Mr Man he would be willing to go into the judge's chambers on my behalf. So...go ahead, arrest me!! LOL.
Mr Man states that "there will be reprocussions" in his journal entry of today.
But I have a plan too, Mr Man. You have a Dr appt on Tuesday. I'm going to get into a heated debate with you tonight which will result in my giving back your drugs with the statement "here, go ahead, take them, kill yourself if that's what you want"........therefore you will begin your over medication and I will suggest a toxicity report be done on Tuesday.
I did go by the new Doc's office today to pick up the medical release form. I asked the intake lady if I could specify certain "ailments"...she said "such as?" and I had her list "alcohol" and "drug abuse".
She also gave me all of the intake papers to fill out for a new patient. That way we'll be ahead of the game. She got the impression that this was a very serious appointment for me.
I have every feeling that Tom is on his way out......out of my life and he knows it.
How do I feel about that? Sad.....he has such potential. He can be a fun and loving person. But he's out of control and it doesn't seem that he wants to be "normal" whatever that is.
He likes his addictions and he doesn't want to change.
Maybe it's time to let him go and let him live his life.