I HAVE BEEN WITH THE SAME MAN SINCE I WAS 12 YEARS OLD. HE IS A SEVERE ALCOHOLIC. I HAVE NO FAMILY OF MY OWN EXCEPT FOR MY THREE BEAUTIFUL GIRLS. I HAVE TO WATCH THEM EVERYDAY BEING HURT A LITTLE MORE. THEY CANT STAND THE WAY HE TREATS ME. HE IS VERBALY ABUSIVE AND HAS BEEN KNOWN TO BE PHYSICALLY ABUSIVE. I HAVE TRIED AL-NON BUT I AM SO TIRED OF HEREING THAT IT IS A DISEASE. A PERSON HAS A CHOICE TO GET HELP EVEN IF THEY CAN NOT DO IT ON THERE OWN. SO MANY PEOPLE INCLUDING MY HUSBAND USES THE FACT THAT THEY SAY IT IS A DISEASE. IN HIS EYES IT IS NOT HIS FAULT BECAUSE IT IS A DISEASE, SO HE CAN HIDE BEHIND THAT AND NOT DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT. HE WOULD RATHER LOSE ME THE GIRLS AND ANYTHING ELSE THAT GETS IN HIS WAY OF ALCOHOL.
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