I wrote yesterday about my fiance wanting to quit drinking, and my fear that he wouldn't be able to.... well he had his second therapy session yesterday (therapy is suppose to be helpful right?) Directly after his session he was very withdrawn, angry..and went straight to the bar.....he says that if I had been through what he had just been through I would want to get messed up too.....I know self medicating is bad, but at that point there was no stopping him. Does therapy get better over time? To me it seemed like a major set back!!!
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