If your partner needs support, couples counseling and ALANON meetings are recommended.
Oftentimes people in recovery are apprehensive about revealing their sobriety for fear of judgment.
My own personal well-being was suffering more than I realized at the time.
Recovery is a time for self-care and reflection, establishing structure and controlling urges.
Most weeks, Saturday nights are spent at 12 step meetings.
" without the trust there will be problems...you go for it, go for it with your all...don't do it half way.
"Love like you have never loved before, and don't let the past interfere with your future" #1 - He was honest with you. #2 - Sobriety is on the addicts shoulders and not yours, don't start by easing that responsibility. The thing that stands out most to me is that fact that he was upfront and honest about his past meth use.
The question lingered in my head, "Should I break up with him because of his addiction and the constant lying, because I'm better than that?