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Author: Aleesha Subject: I don't see myself being with him for the rest of my life
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posted on 04-26-2018 at 20:43 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
I don't see myself being with him for the rest of my life

Alcohol addiction, one of the grievous misconduct he’s been doing for two years already. My husband has been rehabilitated before due to harassment issues toward me. He has been involved with alcohol addiction after a month of our marriage. I thought he’ll change right after his admission to that rehabilitation center but he’s not and will never be. Before our union to that marriage tours two years ago, he already told me about this. I gave him a chance since he promised me he’ll change for the better. But the opposite of it happened. Now, I don’t see myself being with him for the rest of my life. Should I leave him?

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I So Sympathize With You

Alcohol ruins relationships. Everybody knows that, but unless youve been around it on a personal basis, you haven't lived it. I really hope the best for you, but unless alcohol is gone from your marriage you will have to leave.

My father was like that. He was a sweet person and I loved him. It hurt to love him, because he didn't love himself. I witnessed the damage it did to my mother. I know she was embarrased in some ways, because it was ugly and she wasn't an ugly person. She felt betrayed because my father ruined her love for him by choosing alcohol when he should have chosen his family.

I will NEVER stay in a relationship with alcoholic man. Maybe you shouldn't either. Peace, dear person. My prayers are with you.
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