Did anyone else have to deal with the addict in their family having a New Years hangover? I read a reply on one of the posts from POslady (sorry if I'm not doing that right). I really try to accept that my son is always going to deal with this addiction. It WAS drugs. Now he says he can go out and have a couple of drinks. I think it's a slippery slope! My husband and I have been attending alanon and reading many books. Will this feeling of "what's going to happen next" ever go away? Sorry this is so choppy, the thoughts I am having are so random.
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