Can't kick him out while he's down.Fri, Feb 22nd 2008
Me and my boyfriend have been living together over a year now, and he has a drug problem with crank, he leaves for days at a time, does weird sex things to himself while he watches porn. He rather come inside his hand then come inside of me. Now he's in jail, going to program, and clean and sober. Not in a fog anymore, he's ashame when I tell him of all the weirdo things he's done. I love him, but I lost that feeling for him, and I don't know if he's really changed. I rather he be in jail, because he's the man I fall in love with . He knows I'm unsure for our future, but he's tells me don't kick me, while I'm down. Please don't give up on me now. What do I do?
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