I have a major problem in forgiving myself for the bad things and all the things I wanted to do for my sons while they were growing up but I was so involved in the drinking,it blinded my world and theirs. Their grown up now and I find it's hard to let this go. I keep punishing myself but I am getting tired of it. I was a single parent, left their Dad as he was a abuser, alcoholic and I did try to take them to alot of places and really have fun together.My youngest 20 yr. old recently moved out and for awhile he does ok but he does do drugs and wants to make his life (on being a bum )and he tells me this is what he really wants to do,then of course I blame myself all over again. What do I need to do? Please any suggestions?
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