I just wanted to say that I was reading through some of the stories and discussions here, and I wanted to let each of you know that I applaud you all for your efforts!! My husband died in February 07 of complications of alcoholism, and he also had obsessive-compulsive disorder. I found this site after I became a widow, and I have been so grateful for it. I also often wonder if my husband might still be alive if we had only known about this site earlier. Everyone here is so supportive and non-judmental. I hope that each of you has success in your recovery from this wicked disease!!! Just hang in there and know that I am so happy you recognized the problem in time.
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