I am involved with someone who has an addiction. I was involved with him previous to treatment and this past year and a half of sobriety. Trust is a hard thing even when I see the positive changes. It takes one little thing, to trigger the anxiety. Sometimes I think I have PTSS. This is my question-Two of his old friends (addicts) paid him a visit. One of the conditions of me staying in the relationship was for him to get rid of the other women and the people he was doing drugs with. Am I trying to manipulate him to get him to do what I want or am I setting boundaries, so that I feel safe? He never told me about the two friends coming by, someone else did.
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