My husband was arrested about six months ago and was given probation because the charges were minor. On his first visit to the probation officer, he was given a drug test and it came back positive for meth. Since it was on paper and the probation office had to visit our house to check it out, he had no choice but to tell me. Although I had suspected that he was using, I was completely shocked. I had asked him before if he was using and, obviously, he swore that he was not. I believed him because, I guess, I did not want to face the truth. The worst part was that the probation officer informed CPS (children protective services) about the problem. I have been crying by eyes out for the last two days and don't know what to do. He was ordered to enroll in a rehab program. He says that he is going to kick the habit because he does not want to hurt the children. I am very tempted to get my stuff and leave him, but I don't know if this is the best thing to do, since he is willing to go into treatment. He has been sleeping on the sofa for the last two days, he only gets up to eat and use the bathroom and goes back to sleep. Honestly is getting on my nerves. What should I do? I have three small children. I don't depend on him financially, but my children do adore their dad and he is a good father. I'm going crazy thinking that CPS is going to knock on my door at any time and he is sleeping on the sofa! I love my husband but at this time, I very disappointed and hurt. Please give me some advice!
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