my husband drinks a minimum of 4 litres of cider at night. from the hours of 7pm to 11pm he drinks no less than 4 litres and more often than not he drinks 6 litres. i've tried talking to him about this and have said he is going to become ill but he doesnt see it as a problem. he works away he is on the coast guard ships, so is away 28 days then home 28 days, he says he doesnt drink when he is away from home... but i have called him lots of times at around 10pm to say good night and stuff and he sounds like he has been drinking but denies it. there is no hiding it when he is home as i see him doing it. i try to stop him and he gets very voiceful about it being his life his body and its up to him what he does.. i've been with him just over 2 years and been married since last october. he hid the fact he drank as much as he did untill about 6 months ago when i caught him guzzling more in the kitchen when he said he was having water... then he said he lied because he didnt want me to think he was an alcoholic when he isnt! how can i stop him drinking this much? the drs cant help because he hasnt gone to them... thanks for any advice
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