Hubby finally came clean last night. (Not that he told me anything I didn't already know). He has been claiming to be taking soboxone, but I know the signs and it was pretty clear he was taking oxy again. Well, he finally admitted it. That is the good news. The bad news is that he still doesn't really seem willing to 1. Get professional help that he needs (as you recall, he detoxed and quit on his own....lasted about six months and has now been using for about 2-3 months again) and 2. Completely cut himself of from that part of his life (i.e. "helping out" his friends with pills, etc. - doesn't help that two of his closest life long friends are also involved). So, should I have a reason to hope, or is he just clearing his own conscience by not lying to me, but really isn't going to change anything? I guess only time will tell :(
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