hi i'm new here for asking for advicse. i read alot of discussions and everyone makes me feel realy comfortable, so here it goes: i use to be a bad everyday drinker, and my husband divorced me do to the drinking. well we got back together after divorceing eachother for a year. he took me back with the understanding there wouldn't be any drinking at all during the week and only the weekends. i haven't drank during the week for about 8to9 yrs now. ok good for me, but theres still a problum with the weekends. i'll do ok handeling the drinking for a couple of months.(staying in control) then i'll loose control and he gets upset, threating to through me out etc.... i know i'am an alcoholic and don't want to drink at all. well he want's me to be a normal drinker and can't and wont understand why i'm not. were going somewhere almost every weekend, river, spas, bars etc... where theres alot of heavy, heavy partying. he said he doesn't want and wont give up or change his lifestyle. so i walk on eggshells everyweekend hopeing i'm not going to do something stupid,or bad and f---k up, then the next thing i know is he's packing my shit. well then i've ruined and broke up our family because of my stupid drinking. he keeps saying i'm going to take this one more time and then he's finished with me, i'm so scared. does anyone have any advice on how i should hande or what to do with this situation????? PLEASE I REALY NEED YOUR ADVICE!!!!!!! thank you so much 500SL
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