Me and my husband have been together for 4 years. We have drank together this whole time. I am more of a social drinker. I may drink 2-4 times a month. Like if we go out to eat or a group of us gets together. My husband as drank every day. At first it was a 12 pack a night, when I asked him to quit he started drinking less, now maybe 3-8 beers a night. We've been having some problems, we recently had our first child and it has added some stress to our relationship. The past 3 times he's drank alot he has said mean things to me that hurt my feelings. I don't want that to start up again so I told him that I wanted us to quit drinking completely. So he wants to drink even less but still not quit. Yesterday he came in and I could tell he had already started drinking. But acted as if the beer he opened was his first one. I found out today that he drank the whole way home from work and then lied to me when I said something to him about it. I feel like he as a problem. He says he don't he just don't want to quit. His grandpa was an alcohlic and died from passing out on train tracks and getting ran over. I fear he my get worse and be like his grandpa. Do you think he has a problem or am I just putting to much into it?
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