my soon to be ex for the second time husband wants to take a year for him to get straightened out and see where we are. My logical side tells me to hope he gets well but not wait. But i am afaid of my illogical side agreeing to this. He has moved out, but is here often doing stuff around our house. we live in a very small community so not a lot of privacy. he is bipolar and has a drinking problem and i have tried many years to help him out. We married when we were 19, highschool sweethearts. i am seeking counseling but i have a long way to go. i guess i don't practice what i preach. can anyone relate to this?
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