Life is unpredictable and sometimes it may land us at the spots where we get ourselves deeply drenched in love with the wrong people or the right people who travel on wrong paths. No one becomes a drug addict purposely, until and unless that person has nothing to do in one's life and always wants to be in a trance where he never meets the reality around. But what if you happened to be with someone who is a drug addict, especially when you didn't get to know the fact of addiction during the initial days of the relationship?
It's truly a complicated position and for society, it may look like a toxic relationship, and at some points, even you may feel it as toxic, but if you think that you can regain happiness and normality with your partner and if you truly love your partner, then there's no wrong in making your drug addict partner right. And in the queer community, you find drug addicts here and there, especially homosexuals. For starters, it's going to be a difficult journey!
Soon after you find some changes and escaping mechanisms of your partner to get something you don't approve of, be it typical drugs or smokes, or alcohol, you need to start scrutinizing the behavioral patterns of your partner and how he behaves with you if he doesn't get that particular element that makes him calm. Here drugs aren't only about cocaine or marijuana. Medical drugs, steroids, and performance enhancers can also lead a person towards addiction.
Addiction is a psychological disease that needs to be cured in a particular manner. It may start as a fun aspect or something that boosts up a person's inner personality and outer appearance, but if your partner keeps chasing behind any kind of drugs, you need to be aware instead of encouraging him/her more. Maintain the limitations and boundaries when it comes to the intake of substances that take you to the trance world. Never entertain beyond the limits behavior just because you are in love with that person. You must be strict sometimes even though you encounter a little rupture in your relationship.