Thank y'all I am very gracious and grateful to get so much advice from different ppl and to have a huge circle of outside advice from ppl who've known me since I was 0 yrs old. I have taken a look at the advice given. I wrote MOST of it down in my paper journal. I read it the other day and 99% of you say to move on with my life because an alcoholic will not change until they are ready. 99% of you say good things about this in a nice way. I feel stable and ready to experience a new chapter in my life. I have been w/my neighbor all day taking care of her (foot surgery) she is 73 She helped me realize that there is waaaaaaay more to life than what I am doing. I realized me helping her made her sooo sooo happy and I also enjoyed it. I can make others happy and that is what we are here on this Earth to do. Plus many other things!!! Just thanking everyone for all of the input. I also see lot's of different outlooks on the situation too. I know now what is best for me and that is to start a new book!!!
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