This was probably the hardest decision I have ever made but I just had no choice. My husband is a crack addict, I found out 2 years ago, as with all the broken promises and all the tears I have just had enough. He has managed to lose friends, work and trust. After 23 years of marriage I have made the hardest choice I have ever had to make. I no longer want him in my life the way he his, he just a shelfish person who only thinks of himself not his kids, his life, or me. He needs to do this on his own, hit rock bottom and maybe come out of it with some realisation of what he did to everyone in his life, but mainly to himself. We all have issues, problems in our life but drugs can and never will be a answer its not a quick fix, it a lasting and deceiving vise that does no one any good. If you think you can handle it, can you handle losing all the important things in life?
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