Having a hard time dealing with my AH. I know that he has relasped to heroin use but he completely lies to my face. That is what adddicts do right? I know that I have enabled him in the past by giving in to his wants....I feel that I have gotten stronger in the past 6 months(he was out of the house for 4 months) but now I am questioning my actions. My husband is not working and doesn't appear to be looking for a job. I try to stay out of what is going on with him and trying to stay focused on myself and my 2 children(4 year old and 2 month old). My in-laws are watching my kids while I work as I do not trust my AH to watch our children. All the while my husband is at our home not doing anything...basically just watching tv. Doesn't clean around the house while I am working, doesn't work outside, just doesn't do anything. He is not going to NA meetings or any other counseling because he thinks it is a waste of time. I don't give him money--unless he takes it without my knowledge and he uses the car every now and then not all the time. So, my question am I still enabling his drug addiction?
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