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To prevent it, we advice columnists would have to coordinate our activities like some kind of cartel. Besides, in a way, I’m amused by this; I think it’s kind of cool and interesting, a quasi-biological (Twins! Salon was going to fix it but I wasn’t available by e-mail in sufficient time to green-light the changes — which might well have saved me from looking like a total nut. Unfortunately, his addiction reared its ugly head and it has been causing constant grief for the past year and a half.

So, if it seemed incoherent, well, we have our days. It’s the same story you’ve heard before, he’s great when he’s not drunk or high, in fact, he’s close to perfection.

There will always be another excuse, another mistake, another relapse, another addiction or anger about a parent’s addiction that they need their lifetime and yours to get over. When my husband first relapsed after his mother died, my well-meaning Christian father told me to “just love him.” But that’s the problem with the addict; the more you love, the more they take of you and everything else, until there’s nothing left to give. While most other people tried to be polite, or pray for me, their comments seemed to gently gloss over what was actually happening. I can do better.” Instead, I stayed, w—a—y too long. Both the addict and the co-dependent will do anything to hide their sense of inadequacy.

I realized over the years I had become less of myself. When someone doesn’t fit into the perceived notion of what an addict is, it’s hard for people to know what to say. There is nobody that tries harder at being “normal” than an alcoholic and his/her family.

What’s worse, once he’s had a few drinks in him, he needs to buy cocaine, which probably makes him a cocaine addict too.

A few weeks later, Rachel received this letter and I appreciated her sharing it with me and giving me permission to share it with you. My Dear Rachel, My hope is you will read this letter and take your time with any decision about our future. A decision to break off our (whatever we have) relationship of living together, having fun, enjoying this life together should not be thrown over away over my illness. I do not drink ever with malice or intentions to hurt family or friends. When my defenses against that first drink are nonexistent. I need time away, from living together, to work on myself.

She felt she just couldn’t take another deep breath and hope that maybe this new time would be the charm.

She asked her husband to move out and though she professed to him that she would always love him, this was no longer a relationship for her to be in.

Like one who lives in deceit, I stone myself and call for help Your wound grows and grows It slits my throat from vein to vein. There are hundreds of stories and resources for addicts.

I put sand in you wound, I put in your wound a giant, and around myself I light the fire. It often seems it’s the families of addicts who are forgotten and who largely suffer in silence. So much in fact that I belittled myself by staying with one for seven years. Four years later, when I found out about my husband’s relapse, I thought about this friend and the courage it took him to say this and acknowledge . We go to great lengths to avoid the subject altogether.

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