My husband and I have been married for a little less than a year. During our entire relationship he has been addicted to pain killers (lortab, percocet, oxycontin) anything he can get his hands on. He had been in a rehab facility for a little over a month now and I'm scared things are getting worse instead of better. Everything has been fine when I am able to see him accept for yesterday. I went and he refused to see me. He had a letter given to me that stated he thought we should go our seperate ways and that he wanted me to leave. I dont understand it because less than a week ago things were fine. He was calling me on a daily basis and was excited about coming home and starting our life over again without drugs. He now is saying he wants a divorce and wants me out of our house. I don't know what to do or why this change could have come about. He claims that there is someone he knows in the facility that has been watching over our apartment and says that I am having male company which is absolutely obsurd. We just moved here less than 2 months ago and I don't know anyone. I don't have a job and the only time i leave our house is to go grocery shopping or to drive the two hour trip to go see him. I don't know how to prove to him that this is not true and it is ruining our marriage. I'm heartbroken. I have supported him and been there for him since this whole thing started and now he just wants me gone.
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