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YOU HAVE THE SAME FAVORITE SONGS BECAUSE YOU SHOVE CASSETTE TAPES INTO HIM RIGHT BEFORE YOU RAPE HIM. “We have a lot of the same favorite songs,” Nathaniel says. Then he gets underneath Chase and kisses his grill. He said he would like to come up for the weekend at some point, so I'm looking forward to that. A few people at work have approached me about my relationship with Chase.They've told me not to let people harass me about it, and have offered their help.27-year-old Nathaniel has been in an intimate relationship with Chase, his 1998 Chevy Monte Carlo, for nearly five years. We were on the highway recently when I noticed his "check engine" light go on.Read on to find out how being featured on My Strange Addiction affected this relationship. Then, I noticed his temperature gauge was changing.It refers to a dysfunctional way of helping someone else in such a way that hurts the enabler and the person they think they are helping.In the article, “8 Signs You are a Co-addict“, we discussed many types of enabling. I thought about this for a while and tried to put myself in their shoes.

I called the wrecking service and they took Chase to the shop.Whichever type you engage in, there are consequences to each. In fact, we try to respond to all legitimate questions or comments with a personal and prompt response. When they are reading online for answers and posting their frustrations and their stories they are usually in a crisis situation, either the addict is binging on drugs, disappeared, or done some other inexcusable act.So, how can you end the enabling and move towards a healthier relationship…a healthier you? Some women will post on my blog about how they want to stop enabling their husband’s addiction. I know what they are going through because I have been there; I was married to an addict, too. Just because they are posting on my blog does not mean that they are ready to hear what I have to tell them.Nathaniel is a 27-year old who resides in a place that looks an awful lot like that place where the killer played by James Van Der Beek lived when he shot Reid on Criminal Minds. If I know anything about anything it’s that people who build models of things are some of the worst kind of creeps around. He’s in a serious relationship with his car, Chase. “His body and his interior and everything together just seemed to fit,” he says of Chase. What is the point of glueing tiny pieces together to build something you can’t even do anything with once it’s been put together.