Hi I would like to say how I know to a degree what you are going through with the addiction issue. I am a recovering alcoholic and have been sober three years. And it took roughly six months prior to that to get me to seriously take the effort/s to stop drinking. I was admitted over 6 times to mental hospitals trying to figure out why I was so anxious and depressed all the time, which I drank to cover them. Once I discovered why I had an addiction and the ammuntion of why and how it made it easier to stop drinking and for me to actually follow through with the detox process. I am also addicted to narcotics, I am working on getting off of them. So in the course of the roughly four years, I found out I have borderline personality disorder, severe anxiety, non-spec. depression, ocd, ptsd. Alot of things I know but I had also just found out that, I was at a high risk do to the fact I have an addictive personality. So thus starts the other chapter in my life that I must close. If you ever need to chat or want to email me, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wow, I'm sorry that you are going through this but totally respect you for sticking by your hubby's side and helping him cope. I'm not sure a lot of people would do that. In the end, I hope that he is able to kick his issues and you two can move on together.
Ooooh yes, life has a way of throwing curveballs when you least expect or need it. I'm thankful to hear that hubby is motivated and willing to work towards a healthier life. It will certainly be a difficult journey but my hope is together you will pull through.
I am so sorry to read this....your husband is very lucky to have you. Hang in there, it sounds like your helping move him in the right direction!
Im so sorry..yes life is so hard,theres always something...your husband is lucky to have you and i wish you and your family all the best...hugs..my thoughts are with you..chantelle..
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