When a drug addict is in denial, it can be challenging to convince them that they have a problem and need help. Here are some tips for dealing with a loved one who is in denial:

Be honest: Talk to your loved one about your concerns and express your love and support. Try to avoid judgment and criticism as this could make them defensive.

Educate yourself: Learn as much as you can about addiction and the effects it has on the body and mind. This will help you understand what your loved one is going through and how to approach them.

Don’t enable: Don’t provide financial or emotional support that will allow your loved one to continue using drugs. This will only make the situation worse.

Encourage professional help: Suggest that your loved one seek help from a professional. You can offer to help them find treatment options, attend appointments with them, or just be there for support.

Be patient: Recovery is a process, and it can take time. Be patient and continue to support your loved one throughout their journey.