Well we know people with drug addiction can have ulterior motives for things that they do or say. Kind of just goes with the territory. But someone looking for kindness and honesty amongst the erratic behaviors of addiction being seen as an ulterior motive. Well if that's the way you see it, then so be it. People with addiction generally hang themselves with the dishonesty and negative behavior, making it obvious or unpleasant. I think if you are going to sit there and wonder why someone wants to help another with addiction. Thinking they have ulterior motives. Perhaps you should ask the question of yourself first. Cause if there is something wrong with bettering the life of another, seeking kindness in others whom you gave it to all along. Ok, i guess. Seeking a better life for yourself and those around you. Its a good ulterior motive. Because that miserable and dishonest person might just break free from something that is gripping them. Something that's killing them, slowly. Put a smile on their face and see them feel good about themselves.