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Old 04-24-2015, 02:45 PM
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Protecting your sobriety is good for BOTH of you. I'm pretty sure that if he understands how much of a risk you would be taking by going, then he wouldn't want you to chance it.

Making the decision to protect your sobriety is NOT selfish. I would even go as far as to say that if, once you have explained things to him, he puts a drink and drugs fuelled party before your sobriety he is not the rock you believe him to be.

Please. Stay home. x
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Old 04-24-2015, 03:38 PM
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Time away building sober muscles really helps, if your feeling that much anxiety go with your gut instinct and you know its a bad idea, why rock the boat and put your self in a difficult situation when your doing so well Hun, i understand where your husband is coming from about seeing his friends but every step of recovery and every choice you make is crucial.... You should keep yourself safe until you are ready emotionally and mentally to deal with an alcohol fueled situation....hope your okay anxiety is a pain in the but !!

you can do it my sweet
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