where to begin... I was married for 21 years to a alcoholic/drug addict who I loved with all my heart. He lost touch with reality, crashed his truck and became paralyzed. I try to be good to him because of our history and our 3 kids. I divorced him 2 years ago because his insanity became so apparent and I had to choose to save my family financially/mentally. He is now in a convelesent hospital where he can't leave because of pressure sores etc. He is suffering from C-dif today which can be a terminal form of diarea, for a man in his state of health. The day of the accident he introduced me to his girlfriend as I signed over a million dallors worth of insurance from my employer. Thing are bad, and then it got even worse....an old boy friend came to town to find me after not seeing him or hearing from him in years. It was like I was a kid, fell head over heels in just a few days, although he had only been divorce for 5 days, yes 5 days. I went to sandiego where he lives, and reunited with his family and met his kids, it was great. The moment the x caught wind of me she fell back in love with him, and snapped him back like a rubber band. She had left him and he wanted his family back. She says I am a god-send because I made her realize what she had thrown away. I say she is playing a game and doesn't want him at all, just doesn't want me to have him. She has the upper hand because I am in Phoenix and they are in sandiego....Think I should fold and go away? I say no, because he came along way and went throw alot of trouble to find me after all these years, he was my first love and we were seperated as kids by my parents. He says I have never been out of his thoughts and after 27 years I believe him. He says he loves me. advice?
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