Forgiveness: My Sons’ Painful Journey to Freedom

“Their alcoholic father left them a legacy of abuse and hate, but they learned to leave that behind.”

He was told he had two years to live, longer if he quit drinking. He didn’t quit. My ex-husband, Doug, decided that if he was going to die, he was going to do it his way and to hell with anyone that disagreed. This was nothing new, he was an alcoholic who thought only of himself. He had been diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver and Hepatitis C.

READ MORE AT:  The Good Men Project

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