The show couldn’t be realistic because the reality is that there is nothing interesting at all about people involved with meth. Let’s consider what sex is supposed to be like, assuming a romantic monogamous relationship. It’s also generally about giving pleasure to your partner, not yourself. You often do it when you have been awake for days at a time.
All that they do most of the time is use, and tweak just like those people mentioned above (which mostly involves sitting around and doing nothing). When you each focus on each other, it brings you closer together, and the benefits of this affect your relationship as a whole. When this happens, a couple of things change: Firstly, this sex is never about pleasuring your partner. It’s about satisfying your own sexual urges and pleasuring yourself.
Secondly, when you’ve been awake for a few days, one of the reasons that people notice something is wrong is that you detach frequently. You stare into space, possibly unaware of a comical or retarded expression on your face at the time. maybe non-stop, but slowly all the same.) This happens during sex as well.
Firstly, you do not understand how meth affects you. I used to tweak on various tasks, including writing computer programs, or painting, or drawing, or writing, or making crumpets.In reality, everybody involved with meth, whether they are manufacturing it, selling it or buying it, addicts.And they all tweak just like those in the house I mentioned above. It’s the ultimate sharing of not only your body, but everything with your partner, and it’s beautiful.dear heather, My boyfriend has been addicted to meth for the past five years. He stopped doing meth for about three months, but during that time he didn’t want to do anything at all except sleep and watch television. Users of crystal meth can sometimes display manic and even violent behavior when high, and their behavior can often be erratic, so I certainly understand why you dislike him so much when he’s using.Now he’s doing it again (twice a week) and he lies to me about it. I told him I would leave him, but I never follow through on my threats. You can be supportive of your boyfriend and try to help him find treatment options–clinics or groups that might help him (or a school counselor if he is still in school), but ultimately, it is up to him to change his behavior.