Thank God that you were able to save yourself and that you are on the road to recovery. I hope that your ex-husband will eventually hit bottom and seek some help with his drinking addiction. I know we reek havoc in others lives on the road to destorying our own but, all of God's children are worth saving. I will pray for him.
I am sorry about your marriage and your divorce. It is a terrible loss but you had to do something to save yourself.
Addiction effects not only the person whom is struggling with the addiction but also anyone that is involved in that persons life.
You are a very brave person to come back to this site and tell your story. This means that you are thinking of others and that means that you are healing.
You a so very fortunate to have such a strong support system. If so many people care about you and are there for you, it could only mean that you have cared for others and that you are a good person.
I want to thank you to taking the time to think of us whom are struggling with addiction and I wanted to let you know that you have helped me soooo,..much.
I have been clean for about one month and sometimes I forget how hard my struggle is for my loved ones. Your letter has made me remember how my decisions will effect everyone that supports me and also reminds me to really love and appreciate all who stand with me.
Today was hard, very hard but your words helped me to focus and stay the course with my decision not to use,,..another day!
Thank you for caring,..thank you for reaching back to help!
I send strength and love you.
It ain't nothing to it but, to do it.