My boyfriend and I just had ANOTHER major fight and it was basically due to alchol. We both decided it would be best to stop drinking and help each other. We need support badly and everyone is upset he let me back home. (I actually was taken to a hotel for 2 nights, by his mom). We want to do this together, and have had rehab experience in the past. I wasn't too fond of AA, I felt more like drinking when it was over, I was more depressed my other stroies and was more ashamed, wanted to drink to forget. I know that cannot be an option. How do we get our thoughts to stay with 'quitting' instead of 'relapsing'? This is serious for us both. I like the one-on-one better, then I can focus on ME, how does that work? I was in counseling, but I don't have my license back yet and work 2nd shift. Things are out of hand, I really need to do something!
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