I was divorced after 18 years of marriage. We had 4 children between the two of us. (2 mine and 1 his, and 1 together). He was an alcoholic for all of those years and I became very lonely and finally left him. After 5 years of shared custody of our child, we tried to reconcile. Nothing had changed and I relapsed (drug addiction for about 2 years). Unfortunately, my relapse led to my ex throwing me out of the house, a very ugly investigation, losing custody of my son, and a court-ordered drug program. I was also ordered to pay child support. It has since been a year and I now have visitiion with my son. I have been clean for a year now but want more than anything to have shared custody again but don't know how to achieve that goal. I am very sad and regretful, but try to always keep positive even though most of my pay is getting garnished for child support and my ex is totally hostile. Help!!
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