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When Dr. Oz arrives, Wendie admits she was disappointed to hear that Tony's smoking made the odds of her relapse so high. "My hope was depleted," she says. "It crushed me. I've been working so hard."

Wendie and Tony met in Alcoholics Anonymous 16 years ago. Wendie says she was at a low point in her life and that Tony had already been sober for a year."He kind of rescued me from the situation I was in," she says. "I'd just lost my mom. I was living in my dad's home at that time … so I needed to get out of there."
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FROM: Emergency House Call: Dr. Oz and Family in Crisis
Published on January 01, 2006

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