I have all my life been in a family that drinks alot. I was even born whilst my mum was drunk. When I was 18 I ran away from it all. However my mum passed away and I started to drink alot and ended up moving into my dad's house. For the past 5 years have been living with him drinking every day and being verbally abusive, he currently had strokes and brain damage which he is now in a nursing home which he will possibly die this year. I am currently now living with my partner and my brother who is drinking 8% volume, he smells the house out and is countinuosly lieing. He has liver damage and has been currently telling family members he has hepatitus B. I am pregnant and with everything am extremely depressed and stressed. My brother sneaks in with lots of cans of beer and hides in his bedroom. My partner and I have taken him for help but we have to wait till he sees the doctor on the 4th july. I just don't know what to do the rest of the family dont seem to understand the strain he is putting on me and they are leaving it up to me to deal with him and take care of him. I'm scared that he wont go through with the rehabilition and I will have to have him living with me and my baby. Some people have told me to kick him out however some family members are vicious and he has already pushed me out of his way because we threw his beer away.
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