I feel myself falling into the trap. Right now I'm blaming my hubby. I chose to get sober by going to AA. He seems to think now that I'm sober I'm all better. He doesn't understand that there is much work left to be done and its not going to be easy. He is also not supportive of my bipolar disorder but I discussed that at great length in that community. I'm trying really hard to take good care of myself but here I sit worrying about money and blaming my hubby for not being supportive of me. I feel like I do my very best and its never enough for him. He doesn't have a drinking problem so why should I? If I really didn't want to drink then I just would stop doing it. If I had better self-control then I would drink moderately. He doesn't get depressed so why should I? All you have to do is think positive. Anyhow, I realize these thoughts are self-defeating but I can't seem to pull myself up. Suggestions?
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