So, a while back I was in rehab for pills (haven't touched one that wasn't prescribed since, the ones I'm talking about that I was addicted to were hardcore. Been clean, and I can have a glass of wine and stuff. But no hardcore pills!). There, I met a girl who seemed pretty nice, and we shared a roomed too. Seemed legit.
However, one night I woke up and she was hyped up on coke. I've never met anyone hyped up on coke before (atually, before rehab I had never met people on hard drugs before. I wasn't the type of person who advertised my habit...I was extremely good at hiding it). It scared me.
After telling the people there, she got kicked out. I forgave her eventually, because that's what you're supposed to do. This was over a year ago.
This morning I woke up to a message from her saying she wants to be friends on Facebook. I don't know what to do. On one hand, that night was one hella freaky to me, and I fealt like it really crossed a line. On the other hand, she lives a long ways away (I think), and I think she may be clean. We had a pretty close friendship, but it was ruined.
I know that addiction isn't something that you can control, but it controls you. The only way to get 'better' is lots of help and support. Some people take longer than others to get 'well', but it's a hard battle. I feel bad for her, and I'm sure that she feels bad for putting me in the position she put me in. I really don't know what to do. I put those days behind me, and I honestly don't want the reminder that I had to go through this stuff.
Thanks for listening, advice much apperciated.