I Really Don’t Know What to Do Please Help…?

Question by xpunkxgirlx14: I really don’t know what to do please help…?
I recently found out that my older brother (23) is taking pills (Percocet and other pain pills). I really don’t know what to do. I don’t know where he gets them or who from but I am very worried. I’m 16 and I really love my brother so much and I would die if anything happened to him… But if I tell anyone, he’ll hate me and never talk to me again. WHAT SHOULD I DO???

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Answer by Kelly M
Talk to him and tell him your concerns. My little brother died with an overdose of vicodin cough syrup. You build up a tolerance, and have to take more. Sometimes That little bit more could be fatal. Just talk to him first. If he is being stubborn, and you really think he has a problem, definatley tell someone. Who cares if he gets mad. You are looking out for him and his life!

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