me and my boyfriend of almost 6 years broke up again on x-mas night. he's an addict and I just couldn't take it any more. I thought I'd be human and ask him if he needed help and what kind(re-had, half-way house) he's addicted to oxycotin. At this point i'm sure he's now snorting them instead of swollowing them. My problem always is staying strong. I always feel bad for him because we are the only family he has. I have a grandson who is 2 and is very close with him. It breaks my heart because he keeps asking for "poppy" We also had to put our dog to sleep on 12/20. It just seems to be one loss after another. Me and my boyfriend have split over this more times than i can count but I always take him back. He's always making promises that I know he's not gonna keep. I need to stay strong this time. I do love him but that's not why I take him back. It seems to be like I feel responsible for him and I don't know why. I am miserable when he is here. When he's not here, money is an issue but i'm much happier. Any suggestions?
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