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I think my daughter is on self-destruct mode

Posted by Shiobhan on 22 April 2015.

My daughter 24yrs old has been using heroin (As they say 'chasing the dragon') for about 10yrs she also uses a pipe so unsure whether thats crack or ice she is also an anorexic i am convinced she is on the 'game' my other daughter is convinced that her sisters dealer is pimping her out ....I saw my daughter bout 3wks ago n she looked a mess n she was telling me that the police want her to tell them the dealers names I am worried for my daughter safety as I i'm sure the dealers will find a way of shutting my daughters mouth if you know what i mean for good....can't call the police to do a welfare check done that a few times n my daughter went crazy at me at the time normally she will call or text me so at least i know she is alive haven't heard from her for over a week can't discuss things with her dad the last time i did he drug raped me could't get him arrested was worried what he would do to my daughter so I came here instead


Icarus Trust
11 May 2015

Hi Shiobhan
It sounds like you could do with someone to talk to who understands what you are going through. The Icarus trust is a charity that supports people who have been affected by the addictions of their friends and family. If you contact us one of our trained volunteers called 'Family Friends' would be able to talk to you and perhaps help you find a way  forward. 
You can contact us on or visit the website
I hope you can get some help to find out wha'ts happening to your daughter. 
Good luck!

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