Saturday, November 8, 2014
Nothing has really changed, has it?
You asked me if you could come back home.
Well, nothing has really changed, has it?
You still need prompting to adopt good hygiene practices.
You still buy Chinese stuff online, even though I've asked you to stop 7 months ago. Again and again.
I still don't feel that you care for me as a person. As a woman. As a spouse. I don't feel it. I don't hear it from you. There is no affection, no solicitude. You just call me when you need a tool, some batteries, some candies.
And you still won't commit to avoid drinking alcohol.
I hear and watch you talk to me, and it is the same way you used to talk to your mother. And that is saying a lot.
Are you keeping it all inside because of your pride? Or is there really nothing left there?
Maybe I will never know...
But what has happened to you is not my fault. And in some way, it is not your fault either. But the first step would be to admit that alcoholism put you in the spot you are in right now. And do something about it. But I'm not even sure there is enough left of you to do that. So it is up to you.
Posted by Amie du Richelieu at 11:02 AM