What's the best thing a spouse of an alcoholic can do when he's in such huge denial of his problem? Sure he goes for long periods of time without getting drunk, but he drinks every day. I never know when he'll end up getting drunk again, and be on the attack. He's a mean drunk, and his personality completely changes when he's that way. I'm just so tired of walking on eggshells, and being worried about the next drunken rage! I would very much appreciate your suggestions!
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