Cheating on Meth: Are Drugs Ruining Your Relationship?
Let's Talk About Meth with the DC Crystal Meth Working Group
It's tough enough when a friend has a problem with drugs or alcohol. It's even more complicated when your partner does. It's simply harder to see things objectively or to separate yourself from the effect of your partner's addiction when you're so emotionally, physically, and often financially intertwined. He needs help, and you need help. So who's left to help the relationship? Can we both get through this together?
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For centuries, cocaine has been known for its aphrodisiac properties. A strong connection between drug use and sex appears to be more common and more powerful for methamphetamine than it is for cocaine. Similar to cocaine but even more dramatically, methamphetamine has been said to enhance sex drive, lower inhibitions, delay orgasm, and improve sexual performance. Moreover, these effects are considerably longer lasting with methamphetamine than with cocaine due to its longer half-life and duration of action.
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