Dating A Drog Dealer is Definitely Not Healthy For You
Everyone is strapped for cash from time to time. Most people will offer to babysit or clean the house for extra money or do whatever they can to get a better paying job, or even get a raise in what they're already doing. When all else fails, and none of this is an option, some turn to one of the most dangerous professions: drug trafficking. And, you could even see some drug dealers on one of these dating apps and dating sites, such as the hinge dating app, the bumble dating app, and the our time dating site. However, no matter how much you like the person, you should not try dating a drug dealer. It is just not healthy for you. The following are the reasons.
They are not good for having kids.
Dating a drug dealer is one thing, but when it comes to bringing children into the picture, it's another world. Of course, the flow of money will be good, and your children will benefit from life, but consider the consequences. Your partner may be talking business on the phone, unsuspecting of the child he is with. A few days later, your child is in a kindergarten class and says, "my dad sells cocaine. He tells a guy he's going to buy a lot of cocaine. Although your child naively thinks that her father is talking about Coca-Cola, if the teacher happens to be listening, she might find out that this could trigger a call from child protective services. You could lose your kids because they overheard a phone call. Now, do you think it's worth it? Take some time to think about this before pursuing the dealership any further.
You will be living in danger.
I can't stress that enough. You don't want to be there when the drug deal goes bad. You don't know what kind of weapon you're gonna use, and you don't know what your partner's capable of. One night, you may be sitting at home for dating trying to enjoy your life, when all of a sudden a bullet flies over your wall, this is a drive-by shooting. This is not what anyone wants. Moreover, if you do not happen to be murdered while doing this, you may be kidnapped and held for ransom (not to mention doing other terrible things to you when you are in the hands of kidnappers), never know if you're gonna make it out of there alive. Honestly, it's not worth the risk.
You could get addicted to drugs.
This is also a big red flag. It's one thing to sell drugs to others, but it's a double whammy to actually use and become addicted to them and sell them. You definitely don't want to be in this situation during dating, and you definitely don't want to be addicted to drugs. If you become dependent on illegal substances, you will completely ruin your life, so this is something you should avoid at all costs. I'm not talking about marijuana. In legal states, marijuana is used legally and in moderation, for recreational and medical purposes.
There will be a lot of bad situations.
Whether you've been dating this person for years, and they decided to start selling drugs while you were already together, or you've started dating someone who's already heavily involved in this lifestyle, the risks are the same. You never know what type of person you are dating, so you need to prepare for the worst. If you have children, for their sake, you need to stay out of this situation to keep them safe. No matter how good someone is at dealing drugs, there will come a time when clients will be different and may come after your partner or even worse, your family. In this case, that's the main thing to consider!
You could lose your life.
You may love your dating partner with all your heart and trust them with your life, but when it comes to drug games, anything can happen. You never know what a person is capable of until they are put in life and let die, in which case they are likely to choose their own life over someone else's, and yes, even yours. No matter how safe, loved, and happy you may feel, you are always in danger. Dating someone like this can cause serious anxiety and even mood swings. In the end, you'll make your own decisions, of course, just be careful not to trust anyone's life too easily.
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