Our expert says:
Well done. But breaking a bad habit ( as some relationships ae ) isn't easy --- keep to your good decsion, and when you weaken and want to re-think it, remember all the excellent reasons why you made this decision. YOU have nothing to feel guilty about, about him depending on you --- that's something HE should feel guilty about. And people who temporarily need financial help fro friends shouldn't waste money on all night boozing and cigarettes.
The emptiness will only be temporary. Don't YOU feel scared that he might not bother to get a job --- that is HIS responsibility and HISm problem, not yours. And the fact that you're no longer around to support him even if he doesn't bother, will give him the best chance of becoming sensible and self-supporting again. If not, that is HIS concern.
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