It's very sad, watching a person's mind go. I'm not going to get deeply into it, but I'm moving, and the BF knows I'm moving, but thinks he's coming, too. I simply cannot/will not carry him anymore. I am no expert, but wet brain has set in, and it's so sad. I have to take care of myself. He's cute, sweet, kind - - unemployed after showing up to work drunk for the ga-zillion'eth time. And it's gone so far that, even when he's sober, he can't think clearly. God bless us, one and all. If we stay on this path, we will all end up the same way.
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