We're moving and I recently came across three vials of steroids in my husbands night stand table. I know they're steroids, and I know by the labels the company is not legit. I haven't found any needles or other paraphernalia.
I don't know how to bring this up to my husband lovingly. He hasn't been to the gym in a few months, and since I've found the vials they haven't moved or been touched. So I don't think he's using them. He's already in shape and muscular because of his job, and I haven't noticed anything out of the ordinary.
How should I address this? Thanks for your help
Just be open and honest. "hey honey, I found these while we were moving. Whats up?" He is your HUSBAND and the lines of communication should be open to discuss ANYTHING! Best of luck to you and please keep us updated.
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