I recently divorced my husband after 23 years of marriage. Even though there were times when it seemed that we had a great marriage, always there was the fear of lies and deception. Through our marriage, my husband cheated a countless number of times, brought drugs into the home several times (meth) and gambled. We went through alot of counseling. I do realize that he was an addict but I just could not live this way anymore. However, I am sad. I think I am more sad for the loss of a man that really never existed. His lies never stopped. I still think about him alot. Is this normal and if so when does it get better?
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