What kind of person steals from his own family?

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A thief is a thief, no matter what, but stealing from your own family? Lowdown scumbag!
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Drug addicts are the most notorious for this kind of atrocious criminal act!

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Apr 28, 2010
 
I'd be willing to bet this lowdown scumbag has a drug problem or is just a plain ole pos.

And I'm sure there's a story to all this.
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Crandell wrote:
Drug addicts are the most notorious for this kind of atrocious criminal act!
You are right in that they figure if they get caught, their own family surely wouldn't call the cops! Many times, they don't.
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I'd be willing to bet this lowdown scumbag has a drug problem or is just a plain ole pos.
And I'm sure there's a story to all this.
Yeah, he's a pothead and a POS to boot.
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I know someone that stole from her family. She is not a trust worthy person. Even stole from me.

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<quoted text>Yeah, he's a pothead and a POS to boot.
A pothead does not usually steal from their family to support their marijuana habit. He's GOT to be on something harder or he's just a plain ole pos
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a speed addict
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parent's who don't report their kids are just enablers. And kids will not respect them as much as the ones who let them hit rock bottom

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parent's who don't report their kids are just enablers. And kids will not respect them as much as the ones who let them hit rock bottom
I honestly think that a lot of parents realize that rock bottom can be death and they don't want to loose their children that way. They don't realize they are enabling their kids- they're too worried about attending a child's funeral.
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I honestly think that a lot of parents realize that rock bottom can be death and they don't want to loose their children that way. They don't realize they are enabling their kids- they're too worried about attending a child's funeral.
I absolutely agree with you! It's a real fear!

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I honestly think that a lot of parents realize that rock bottom can be death and they don't want to loose their children that way. They don't realize they are enabling their kids- they're too worried about attending a child's funeral.
Unfortunately too often whether enabling or letting hit rock bottom, a funeral becomes reality. An alternate scenerio may be a lifetime as a vegetable.
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Unfortunately too often whether enabling or letting hit rock bottom, a funeral becomes reality. An alternate scenerio may be a lifetime as a vegetable.
Maybe GUILT comes into play. It could be that some people do nothing and that somehow relieves them of any guilt if things go bad. They may not be able to handle the consequences of DOING something and then it be the wrong thing. Personally, I'd take a chance at DOING something rather than sitting by saying that there's nothing that can be done.

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Unfortunately too often whether enabling or letting hit rock bottom, a funeral becomes reality. An alternate scenerio may be a lifetime as a vegetable.
I have to respectfully disagree with you. I've heard of and know of several people that beat their drug addictions to become productive members of society and even giving back to society in the forms of ministry, drug counseling, and working with the impoverished. That doesnít necessarily mean that all drug addicts can overcome their addiction, but letís not count the whole bunch as goners either.

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I have to respectfully disagree with you. I've heard of and know of several people that beat their drug addictions to become productive members of society and even giving back to society in the forms of ministry, drug counseling, and working with the impoverished. That doesnít necessarily mean that all drug addicts can overcome their addiction, but letís not count the whole bunch as goners either.
I agree that some may be able to turn their lives around.
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My son stole from me, then he sat in state jail for a year when i filed on him. He was an addict, but seems to have turned things around now. Is attending tech school.
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What do you do when your own family accuses you of stealing their stuff, has a warrant made and has you arrested. What if your own family knows this never ever happened. What if they come and arrest you (a woman) They send five male cops and those cops do not let you get dressed. What if none of the "stolen" stuff is found. What is you are falsely arrested, taken to jail naked, and then the police can not find your car keys or cell phone when you are releases. What if the search warrant says one thing one day and another the next. What if they arrest you for drugs, then drug test you and you pass the drug test with flying colors. What if they really just want to take something that is yours and you don't want them to have it. Is that stealing? What if your family is the County Judge?
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My daughter that's 27 stoled every piece of jewelry from her grandmother. I want my mother to press charges but, she'll not press charges. I've stopped talking to my daughter that's a thief and I've changed my will. I feel horrible that my daughter has stoled my mother. However, my daughter has no signs of remorse and continues to live her lfe like nothing has happened. How does someone continue their life after hurting the ones that one you the most. Maybe, I'm not the perfect mother but, I did not raise my daughter to be a thief, liar or drug addict!
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Often Parents who let their grown children live with them and ask for nothing are letting them spend their income on drugs. Some want even ask for housework help. Giving these young people a faulse sence of entitlement. One mother said she only slept well when her daughter was in jail, because she feared they would find her in the ditch dead some day. I think a lot of it starts with eliminating friends of theirs who's parents are doing the same thing or you know are using drugs or substances. Sometimes by acting interested in their suspecious friends you can actually run them away. They don't want you to know their business or their friends. If they do get on probation or not suggest A/A or narcotics help support groups. Engage the help of a professional who might see what a family member doesn't. Hard Luck Love goes a long way.

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My daughter that's 27 stoled every piece of jewelry from her grandmother. I want my mother to press charges but, she'll not press charges. I've stopped talking to my daughter that's a thief and I've changed my will. I feel horrible that my daughter has stoled my mother. However, my daughter has no signs of remorse and continues to live her lfe like nothing has happened. How does someone continue their life after hurting the ones that one you the most. Maybe, I'm not the perfect mother but, I did not raise my daughter to be a thief, liar or drug addict!
Many grandparents or parents won't press charges. Unfortunately, by suffering no consequences for their actions, they are being enabled and encouraged to commit future bad behaviors.

Addiction to drugs and/or alcohol takes over a person's identity. They have no control over what they do, and some will take advantage of those that love them the most. Some don't.

Al-Anon is a wonderful program for people that have been affected by someone's drinking. Many drug addicts also have a drinking problem. Al-Anon teaches setting boundaries, detaching with love, taking care of yourself, and most last but not least, not living with the "what ifs." Not worrying constantly about "what ifs" free a person from much anxiety.

The 3 C's:

1) I didn't cause it.
2) I can't control it.
3) I can't cure it.

Al-Anon is no longer available in Paris, but there are groups in Bonham and Sherman. If travel is not possible, there is a lot of great literature available, along with on-line groups. The combination of an on-line group, along with reading and learning from the literature, is a proven way to improve your life, as many people don't have face-to-face programs available in their area, or their schedule does not allow them to attend.

It is a powerful program that works if you work it.

Good luck!

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