Advice dating a drug dealer
Before diving into a relationship, find out if your prospective partner is actively using drugs or alcohol, or if they display addictive or compulsive patterns in other areas (e.g., gambling, work, sex, food or spending).
If you care about someone in active addiction, help them into treatment and hold off on turning a friendship into more until they’re grounded in their recovery.
If you can’t understand that sitting around talking is his work and that he may sleep all day then this may also be a problem. You will be expected to be a hostess but will probably not be trusted. Or you may be presumed to be a drug whore and his mates will try and crack on to you. Everyone will be pissed off it you take him away from being available to do business or just actually want to have some time together or if you try to change anything. Drug dealers are the worst time keepers in the world, they are always late – sometimes days late. We all know men like to solve problems presented by their ladies.
There is always a reason, usually because of someone else but if you are a timely person do expect to be frustrated and waiting around. You very much need to remember that the people purchasing goods are not your friends or even your boyfriends friends whilst they are doing business. Make sure you stay in touch regularly with people outside of this world. However problem solving here can involve getting people to dig their own graves, having people wake up with knives at their throats or at the least some nasty phone calls to sort someone out. Make it clear you will resolve your own issues though you might appreciate his general good intentions.
And please, don't be so stupid as to live so far above your "real" means that you practically beg to be arrested; particularly avoid a paper trail. Q: Once my dealing days are over, is it OK to hint at my wild past? Unless you're a celebrity or running for governor of Minnesota.
Unless you are excellent at lying or enjoy living a double life or simply don’t care, this will be stressful. If you work in the ‘real’ world the hours you each keep will clash, as will your attitudes to work.
If your sick leave starts to go up you need to consider you have a problem.
Are you a drug dealer with points of your own to make?
I welcome them, but don’t dare tell me you keep good time – I’ll be asking for referees to verify.Your reputation, and thus your chances at repeat business, will suffer. A: It depends on the availability of the product, how difficult it was to obtain your product, the current market price and how much legal trouble you could accrue as a result of your product acquisition and distribution. The truth is, if the customer could go down to the grocery store and purchase his particular product, he would. Q: Should I print out business cards to use as a networking device? Under no circumstances should you ever advertise that you are a drug dealer.