Our expert says:
Pathetic, isn't it ? And he probably doesn't realize that the folks he meets at those "trendy parties" most likely think that of him. But jump a the opportunity that he has admitted that there is a problem and is open to getting help. Try calling FAMSA who could recommend a counsellor he could see, in your area. You should support his agreement to therapy, and his good behaviour, while calmly and firmly rejecting his bad behaviour.
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