It actually worked! Yesterday my H had obviously been drinking and was so slugglish and out of it. He was mumbling and cursing under his breath and was starting to become nasty. I didn't argue. I didn't cry. I left the room and went into the guest bedroom and picked up my two Al-Anon books. Oh how they helped me. I had been successful at detaching and did not allow his mood and behavior to affect me. I almost started to react. I almost started to cry, but I didn't. Let's all remember how we have control over how we feel and we should never, ever let the alcoholic take that control away from us.
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