first thing i want to do is to thank all of you for letting me post in your community about my sons girlfriend. i talked to her last night and she is almost done with detox and has refused to go to long term!!!! i am just sickened by her alcoholic thinking. she now thinks that she will be alright again because she will take walks at night instead of drinking. i know very well this is not going to work. this is at least the 10th time i have had her detoxed! the doctor at her facility told her that her liver does have damage but will be alright if she does not drink. i also know that now it will just be a matter of time before this starts all over again but wont be long before it will kill her! so when she is released i will again go pick her up and bring her home. but this time i will stick to my tough love and tell her i will have nothing to do with her if she drinks again. she will have to go it alone! i am raising her son, now 6, and i do not look forward to having to tell him his mother is no longer with us but with God. there is nothing i can do any more. she has drained me completely! my family is torn apart! i want to wish everyone here a lot of luck in beating this. i also want to congratulate every one that has found the right path and is able to stay on it. may God show you the way and keep you in his hand. me best to all of you, and again thank you soooooo much, i will probably post again at some time to let you know how things are going and if she is still with us!!!! love all of you for your help, judy
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