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My addict husband broke up with me.
(Cebu City, Philippines)
I am married for 13 years and I was aware of my husband’s history of using drugs when he was a teenager. We fought for our relationship and he proved that he can change.
My parents weren’t able to accept him completely and we experienced a lot of problems and just recently his addiction has gotten worst. He broke up with me and blamed me for what happened to our marriage. I know it was not all my fault because the addiction became a cycle for many years but I was willing to take him back.
A month a go, he gave up on our relationship thinking that it will not work anymore. I asked him for a chance but he wouldn’t listen. I know he is so hooked to meth now more than ever. I want him back because I can’t give up on him because he is my husband and I believe that God is the only one who can change him.
Every time I look for him he runs away and never contacts me anymore. I know he needs help and I know that at this point I could no longer do anything but to pray. Is he coming back? I want to overcome the fear and agony of missing him each day.
We don’t have a child so I’m thinking he has nothing to come back to. What should I do at this point? I don’t know where he is.
and Finally Remember:
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.”
– Matthew 7:7-8
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