My husband and I have split up, after he took my girls on a ride in the county...that ended in the truck in the ditch and when they finally got home he was so messed up that he forgot he turned the stove on, and had the pan and the cabinets on fire when I returned home..and lets not forget my 9 year old hiding in a closet scared to death to come out. I just want to know what makes someone choose this route, and will it ever change? he has been through rehab once, but he doesn't think he has a problem, so the rehab did absolutely nothing. Was it right to leave, or what can I do to get more help with this?
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