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Old 08-29-17, 06:28 AM
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Re: Help for a newbie

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Originally Posted by ToneTone View Post
He quit drinking for you?

I've been in recovery for multiple addictions and compulsions and I have never heard anyone say, "I did this for my wife." Yes, people might have started on the path because of another person or some crisis, but in recovery people quickly realize that they are the ones who benefit the most from sobriety. He's acting like you're his mother and he eats his vegetables 'cause of you. People in recovery become grateful that a wife or friend "forced" them to seek help.
Good points! Grateful but not obligated.
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