Sep 28th 2011 6:41AMYet, she claims he was "absent" from most of her recovery. Selfish and destructive! She should take full responsibility for getting her life back - if she wants it.
Sep 23rd 2011 7:58PMWhile I hear all the rhetoric and constant cliches about addiction, I don't believe that even a spouse should sacrifice their life for someone who refuses to change or at least actively try to change the patterns of this disease. He has remained married and a steady shoulder for the family to lean on whenever she is stinting and whining. Why isn't she working and doing positive things with her over-pampered life?
Sep 16th 2011 8:28AMI thought you were going to say SHE was a HE!
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