I was with my boyfriend for a year and a half. We fell in love and had the greatest time i've ever had with any boyfriend i've had in the past. WE had planned to move back to NYC together and for the last few months we were getting ready to go. He started to have sudden money issues, and told me about a month ago he was going to have to work a little longer so he'd meet up with me in about a month. Right before i left I discovered he'd been hiding a serious addiction problem from me, perscriptions such as Oxy and Xanax. I called his family, they came to help, and then got on my plane. It was the hardest thing i ever had to do. After a few days he hit bottem and went to detox. Now he is a rehab. I'm glad that he is choosing help. We have spoken since then and he's admitting he has a problem and lied, and is sorry even though i can't forgive him right now. I support his recovery but have a hard time dealing with the fact that he hid it from me and lied. Can you ever repair the damage? Has anyone ever been through this in their relationship?
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