It took a lot of courage for your to leave your husband. Others here have given you some real good advice, and I agree that going to Al-Anon and taking time to see how your husband does is a wise thing to do.
Take baby steps, Sheryl. You have a lot of decisions to make and don't think that you have to make them all at once. If you do go to Al-Anon I think you'll find that you have a strong support group of people there. If you have the energy, a local lupus support group might also provide another source of friends and support.
Let us know how your latest labs are and what your rheumy says today. Please stay in close touch with us. I'll be thinking of you Sheryl and want to make sure you're doing well, both emotionally and physically. Take good care of your health during this stressful time.
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