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I feel like I'm obsessed with this man
November 1, 2001
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Hello, I was with my boyfriend for eight years....At the beginning of the relationship, we were very happy together...but both of us liked to drink....After a few years, I slowed way down...decided drinking wasn't everything....but he kept on with it....He eventually started using cocaine and crack....I have delt with his addiction for sometime....kicked him out..but eventually begged him back in....My fault of course...I thought that at 43....he'd change....

November 1, 2001
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Oh boy. Let me tell you about my ex--the one that I had to leave my home state to get away from--not because he was chasing me--but because I wouldn't let him go.
When we met he was on parole. He violated and went back to jail. I stuck with him. He was sent back to prison. I stuck with him--visits on weekends--traveling 100 miles or more every weekend just to be with him--sneaking in drugs for him--supposedly only for him to sell and to give him status inside--yeah, right! But I loved him, he talked sweet, wrote me love letters every day--which turned into quite a pile after 5 years in prison. Then he came home and my life turned to shit. I worked, had a bank account, had a few credit cards which he helped max out when he came home and destroy my credit. He stole my new bank card from my mailbox when I was at work and stole $5000.00 in 2 days before I found out--and yet I forgave him. Things got worse. I lost my job because he had taken my car and trashed it and I couldn't get to work so they fired me. I went to jail with him because I was with him when he shoplifted some stuff.He had hidden his drugs in my purse and he went to jail and was released I was released and made to go into a rehab program for his high. Still, I wouldn't leave him. We ended up living on the streets and he went to jail again and I FINALLY woke up. I called an old friend and got a place to stay for a couple of months and worked to buy myself a plane ticket out of there. It was the best move I ever made. Now, about the idea that someone like that can change.
Sure, anything is possible but it's REAL difficult and the odds are against it.
My friend back in my home state works for the Social Service Department and she emailed me the other day and told me that pre-trial release had called and said that my ex had used her name as a reference and asked if she would vouch for his conduct--it didn't happen--so do I think my ex can change. Hell,no!

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