My husband is addicted to cocaine. We have been separated for almost 2 years. We have a son who's 2 1/2 and I feel I've taken all I can away from him. He spends time with his son(at his parents house where he freeloads) and I allow it. I know my son is safe and is getting a chance to know his dad so I won't change that. I'm doing what I feel is best for our son. He loves him very much but not enough to grow up and make real changes. His family cripples him by allowing him to live like a child. I feel alone and frustrated. I know his use is a bit less...but I'm no fool. He offers me no financial support and has zero bills and responsibilities. Have I done all I can do? To all you recovering addicts...What do you have to lose before you realize you got nothing!!!In spite of everything...I still love my husband but may be forced to end things. I know he doesn't want this but he refuses any help. Any adice or encouragement would be greatly appreciated. For the record...I am kind to him but that is all. For the sake of our son. I have completely withdrew any wifely attention a long time ago.
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