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'Addicted': Meth Addict Reunites With His Young Son After Treatment (VIDEO)

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'Addicted': Meth Addict Reunited With His Wife And Son After Successfully Undergoing Rehab
'Addicted': Meth Addict Reunited With His Wife And Son After Successfully Undergoing Rehab

On "Addicted," it was a story of triumph for 37-year-old Josh. He was a meth addict faced with an ultimatum. If he didn't seek treatment, his wife Leah would leave him and take their young son with her. So Josh stood up for what was truly important in his life and he took that first step.

After completing the treatment, the show caught the emotional reunion between Josh and Andrew, his seven-year-old son. The pair even played the "I missed you more" game, with Andrew soundly winning in the end.

"I missed you infinity," he declared.

While Josh said he was committed to his wife and son, he explained to her that they would have to come second to his commitment to his sobriety. Those were terms she could readily accept. According to an update on the show, Josh is still doing well with his sobriety.

"Addicted" chronicles true struggles every Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET on Discovery Fit & Health.

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