My husband and I have been dealing with his addiction for about 4 years. He has been to the hospital so many times for taking his presciption drugs too quickly, and going into withdraws about 2 weeks before he can refill his meds, that they told him that if he goes in again HE WILL BE CHARGED with drug abuse and go to jail. He started vomitting and chilling in my living room last night. So I made him go to his friends house cause I couldn't let my kids see it again. I don't want him back in my house, but the kids want to know where their father is, and they don't understand the situation. At this point I figure DFS is going to step in at any time. I love him so much and don't know how to stop this pain I feel for kicking him out. But for my kids it has to stop. I just don't know what to do....any advise. I should add that unlike most cases. My husband keeps a job...and other than the pills is a great provider, and husband...which makes this even harder..only problem is I can't trust him to watch the kids...because when he goes off the wagon...he does it REALLY REALLY good.
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