I’m so happy for you both. 8 years of sobriety myself and if it wasn’t for my wife taking a chance on me during my darkest of times, no idea where I’d be today. I’m forever thankful for her. What I am struck most by is how much of a normal, everyday Joe he looks like. Mermaid and into the ocean I go to lose my mind and find my soul poster. You see him and you’d never know what we went through. It goes to show that we never really know what anyone has been through. I have the up most respect for individuals who give their loved ones a chance for forgiveness and healing from the disease of addiction. It is never easy on the friends and family of one who has an addiction but they are human and deserve a chance at support and patience. You are one of a kind and your life is better for it.
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It’s possible to change. It’s possible to choose a better life, I’ve seen in with my own eyes too. You’re amazing for not giving up on him, and also for stopping accepting the unacceptable at first, because this made him to change (and his own will of course). Mermaid and into the ocean I go to lose my mind and find my soul poster. I’m so so happy for you and wish you a lifetime of happiness together. Addiction results from a biological craving which is often exacerbated by a psychological sense of emptiness and disconnection from people and life. Whether an addict’s disposition is inherited or not, finding purpose, meaning and community can take the edge-off and give a fighting chance for healthier ways to cope with being human.