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I am struggling with how I should react or what I should do.

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I am struggling with how I should react or what I should do. My boyfriend of three years is struggling with alcohol addiction. We were together two years and I had no idea. One day he had a seizure in my bedroom and all his secrets came to light. He had been sober for two years. Then I notice he has been sleeping for several days straight, calling in to work, blood shot eyes. I ask him politely what is going on, why are you so sleepy, are you depressed, have you started drinking again, what is the problem. He closes off and responds with "I dont know" finally this morning he calls his dad to take him to rehab. He wants help, I guess thats step 1 right? But what is my role? How do I help? He has been lying to my face and that is #1 on my list of "dump this piece of $***" I think I need a support group to talk to others in my situation, looking for feedback or answers on how to deal with this, how should I act around him or should i just give up and move on to the next addict because it seems like no matter who I find myself with they always are addicted to something. My last bf had a cocaine problem. Like WTF do I have a sign on my forehead that says addicts welcome, ill take care of you, come on in and break my heart I have a few pieces left to give.

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May 15

I have been sober for over a year. This is the 3rd time I have been sober that long. Once I was sober for 2 1/2 years. It can be easy to slide back. Give him a choice, you or alcohol.

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