“You can be a good person with a kind heart, and still say ‘no’.”
There are many, many addicts who break free of their addiction. They do the work required, and turn their back upon their past.
Other addicts try and fail; perhaps they feel ambivalent. Perhaps they aren’t sure they really want to make that change.
This is so distressing and for the partner or spouse.
So, what should you do? How do you help yourself – and them – when you don’t know if your partner is committed to real change?
All that you can do – and it’s the healthy thing to do – is to work hard on establishing some healthy boundaries.
But what do we mean by “having healthy boundaries”?
1. This is more about controlling our own life and own world. It’s not about controlling our partner’s life and world. This is…
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