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Before we'd even officially started dating, he told me he used to be addicted to meth.
He'd gone to jail and rehab, and it seemed to be an issue he had truly dealt with and overcome. Then, two years into our relationship, Adi cheated on me.
The minute I started looking at Adi's addiction as my problem as much as it was his, that's when everything transformed. He couldn't be friends with girls, go out with his friends and drink, or basically meet up with anyone except me.
We did work in so many different ways, like yoga, mindfulness, couples therapy, and talk therapy.
Adi started going to Sex Addicts Anonymous meetings five days a week, and we started seeing therapists on our own in addition to the one we'd been seeing together.We needed serious help from a third party who was trained for these situations.We stuck to our agreement and started seeing a therapist soon after we were engaged.I traveled to Guatemala, Cambodia, and Thailand, volunteered as a yoga and English teacher for children, and did a ton of soul-searching.Almost a year after we'd broken up, when I was traveling in Thailand, he wrote me a letter that read, "I saw this quote: 'What would you do if you knew you could not fail?