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    Well done on your sucessful recovery
    I too think Al anon would benefit you during this sad situation.



    when my wife went to alanon and got involved,she got better
    I got drunker and sicker untill I could not stand it any longer and I went to a open speaker AA meeting to see what all the fuss was about
    one of the best things we ever did



    I’m in a similar boat…..I’m recovered, did it in AA, and my dad is currently dying from alcoholism. He, on the other hand, doesn’t want help – won’t or can’t admit there’s a problem.

    Detaching, yet still loving, is a new concept to me….I’m pretty sure the answer is similar for you but I have little to no practical experience to share with you on how to do it, yet.

    Your husband may need a different path than you did…he may need outside support…and/or he may need AA. One thing’s for sure though, until he’s willing to accept it or try it, there’s little you can do

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