have been married 11 years to a recovering alcoholic and have been dealing with all the crap that comes with it. But I have finally had it, he disappeared and went on a bender and now wants forgiveness. I don't want to live my life like this anymore, I have been unhappy for a long time but tried to make it work for my boys. So, I finally did it - told him to move out, but I have so much guilt, my 10 year old blames me, and thinks his dad is the greatest thing that ever happened...I need a little support....I know in my heart this is what I want, I want to be free of him and be able to breeth, but why do I feel so guilty, abd why does it hurt so much?
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