Many addicts live in denial. They dare not admit that they have a problem. "I can quit any time I want." That's the assurance they give those who talk to them about their concerns. But challenge them to quit and they'll say they'll quit tomorrow. Or next week. Someone who believes they'll stop using a drug at some indefinite time in future probably has no intention of fighting their addictions [because they don't realize they have a problem]. Are there ways you can convince such a person to take action immediately or is it impossible?