Would you buy Heroin for a family member? No, I would not and never have, nor have I ever purchased "Illegal" drugs.

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dragonfly forty-six Profile

No, I would not. I would however drop them off to the nearest rehab facility or hospital for detox.

Rooster Cogburn Profile
Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

No way in hell ! That stuff is nothing but poison ! Even if I didn't like the family member would I have anything to do with that garbage and if a family member asked, they would no longer be a family member !


Call me Z Profile
Call me Z answered

I won't even buy someone a pack of cigarettes, or stop the car so they can...  

I can't/won't consciously allow myself to enable obviously destructive behavior, except perhaps my own. 

Death comes eventually, no good reason in speeding its arrival. 

Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

Absolutely not.

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otis otiscambell Profile

Being a ex alcoholic addict, no way. I had one relative die of heroin overdose. I never used heroin because I'd seen too many people come off of it bad. Sorry I won't buy a drunk a beer either.

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

Hell no! And if there were someone in my family high enough to even ask me to do such a thing, it would be easy enough to get them in a rehab, because they would have to be out of control to ask such a thing.

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Lard Ass answered

Of course not. I'm amazed at the patients that I see with abscesses in their arms from shooting up....makes me sick....to beat all, they are the worst patients, think everyone owes them something.

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

No, but I have absolutely "no skin in the game."

The TV show Intervention occasionally shows families that have done that because they considered it to be the lesser of two evils.

Can't imagine being in such a position.

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