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“So that’s why I’ve had such lousy luck with men – I picked them when I was doing drugs.” Addiction always comes with a vast feeling of emptiness.
Lack of purpose, lack of understanding your own feelings, lack of confidence, lack of feeling acceptance from others, lack of something to give to the world or in a relationship, and many other things.
Even through all your drug addiction problems, you’ve had a few steady guys. And once you think you know what your true answer is, your path during addiction recovery can become more clear to you. If you are in a serious relationship wanting to get married, your alcohol addiction has probably been a source of pain and conflict.
So now that you are trying to stay sober, you’ve been hearing that you are better off single. Your recovery period is an important time of becoming well and being sure you are still even wanting to get married anytime soon.
I'm 20 years old and just recently helped him come to the realization that he is an addict.The question lingered in my head, "Should I break up with him because of his addiction and the constant lying, because I'm better than that?" OR "Should I stay with him and do everything in my power to help him get better, for fear if the addiction goes on any longer he will overdose and die?He got busted and was sent to prison for 11 months.I stayed with him and was supportive of his recovery.
To make a VERY long story short he has been locked up twice spent over 50,000.