Dating a recovered alcoholic man

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I want him back and I know that is selfish but here I had thought I found the person I was going to spend the rest of my life with and now he is gone and I can't even figure out where it happened. I just posted in here looking for guidence and support, as well. It may be that the most support we can give ours is to do and say nothing at all and let them heal in their own way.His moods switched from good to bad so fast that I barely had the chance to keep up. I expect this isn't what you hoped to hear, but 6 months is actually very early recovery. I will reflect what others have said - it is his disease & the disease blames others so they can avoid taking responsibility themselves.TAKE the blessing and come hre...through the lesson you have learned and work through the grief and disappoint ment and thank your lucky stars he has not hurt your kid(s) and busted up your home and messed you up so you cannot work your job.......i know it hurts to be left...hurts to make a bad mistake,but thank heavens you didn't get so hurt it cannot be fixed...thank heavens he did not beat your child or worse....thank heavens he did not ruin your credit, or mess up YOUR home.....hurts, but I promise you if you hang with us...your program, and post and FEEL your feelings and just hang out here, you WILL get better and when you read the other awful and painful stories of gals NOT so lucky, you will thank your God that he/she spared you of this MISERY with a capital "M".....young..whole life ahead of you....I pray you don't let it get destroyed at such a young age... Cry my tears, experience the grief and learn the lesson it offered that you deserve better and that there are screwed up people out there..post shows me you are a loving, caring person...young...is a hard lesson, but be thankful he did not do worse.....please take what you can use from this and dump the rest.....I want him back and I know that is selfish but here I had thought I found the person I was going to spend the rest of my life with and now he is gone and I can't even figure out where it happened.His moods switched from good to bad so fast that I barely had the chance to keep up. I think you partially answered your own question, when you said he only has six months of sobriety under his belt....

NOW the real him is coming out..fighting..temper/anger, blaming YOU instead of seeing his problems.....thank God he walked away..."instability" he is accusing you of is your not being a drunk/user and of COURSE you are not going to relate to it......yea, you need to take care of you, right, but HE is the A...

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Be grateful for what u have today & leave tomorrow in the unknow future (where it belongs) - hey we're all scared about it but if we focus on the future, we lose any hope of empowering us for today/present moment. Hi FIRST I am quoting debilyn here b/c this is the gospel truth....

SHE SAYS, basically if she knew then what she knows NOW she would nver have married her A....whole post screams of the truth.

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