When It's Over, It's Over -- The Sad Relief of the Final Chapter With the Alcoholic/Addict A year ago marks the anniversary of that final realization that life or a partnership with my alcoholic/addict was not to be.
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The thing about loving an alcoholic is this: Love will never be enough. You can't love someone out of an addiction, and you can't hope the person will love you enough to change. The truth is, he ...
Sure, there are things you can do to TRY to get over your ex–like see a therapist, engage in a new hobby, find faith, exercise, start volunteering, focus on career, etc. etc. and they might help, but the letting go part is all up to you. YOU are the one deciding when you can accept it and move on. No one else can do that for you.