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Old 17th December 2008, 12:09 AM   #1
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I don't like him sober

So when I was away a few months ago visiting family my boyfriend of over a year that I adore called me and tells me that he's checking himself into rehab for a pill addiction that I didn't know he had. After I got over my shock I decided that I was going to support him and do whatever I could to help him in his recovery. He's clean now and has been sober for almost 4 months and I am so proud of him but there's one problem... his personality is completely different now. Where he was sweet and tender and loving before, now he's agitated all the time and angry and all we do is argue. I love him very much but we're both miserable and exhausted. I have no idea what to do, how do you tell someone that you wish they would go back to being stoned all the time? Does this make me a horrible person? The guilt has been eating me upů any advice would be appreciated.
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