My prompt for today is; Drawing The Line.
I know there are various interpretations of this but, I am going to address the one that totally affected my life.
My first major boyfriend was a drug addict. Mainly Crystal Meth. He never had money, slept constantly, was not responsible and we always had to go out in a group. He also introduced me to a horrible sex act that was definitely not pleasant or comfortable and one I would not ever care to repeat. But, I digress.
After dating him and dating another druggie; I decidef I was not going to marry one.
I met my last husband at church. D. was pretty much perfect. He didn’t drink, smoke or do drugs and we prayed over all major decisions. We hadn’t been married a year when he opened the door to allow Marijuana into our lives. He changef then, and became mean and lazy.
I had already made the decision that being married to a Druggie was not acceptable. I gave him an ultimatum.. Get Help or Get Out! Those that have followed my blog know the outcome. Our marriage ended. His choice.
You see, he never came forth with his past history. He had a history with drug addiction.
Drawing The Line on what is acceptable. It’s very tough but doable, and rigjt, in the long run.