My sons father and I seperated last may and my goodness its been almost a year. We were going to spend the rest of our lives together. My son is 41/2. I tried the whole time I was with him but he has a drinking and drug problem that destroyed us. People say it gets easier as it goes on but I felt great when I first left and I miss him like crazy latly all I want to do is hug him and it makes it harder that he has this problem because he is the most wonderful person when he is sober. I feel that makes it harder for people like me because you know how things could be. You just want to hide them from the world and keep them safe. The happist time on my life was the 6 weeks he was sober I know what your thinking 6 weeks! I am going to stay strong and stay gone for my son but I feel like I am 2 people the one I show the world and the one I feel inside. I just want the pain to stop
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