That really makes me sad to hear. He really blew his chance to turn his life around. It makes you think that he wanted to get caught–making that attempt while you were home and napping. What an invasion of privacy you must be feeling, knowing that you entrusted him into the safety of your home and he paid you back by rummaging through your home looking for drugs and money. I suppose he never went into treatment as you had taken the time to arrange for him? I guess the desire to escape his demons overrode the desire to get clean and sober. How do you help someone find meaning in their life again, if they are not willing to work for it. SIGH. Maybe someday in the future, he will find you and apologize for the harm he caused as he works his steps towards rehabilitation—my wish for both of you.
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