I am an alcoholic no doubt about that statement and in the past I have tried to stop and what bothers me is my own Husband took me to a couple of meetings and complained the whole time and it made me feel awful. The reason he took me is becuse I don't have a license and new to this area and didn't know anyone. I shouldn't of asked him. He's not supportive at all and it bothers me. He doesn't drink and quit on his own 5yrs. ago but I don't think he was an alcoholic to begin with. He comes home from work and hardly talks and if he does it's about his job and I am trying real hard for myself but I wish he was a little more supporting without me having to tell him. Of course if I do relapse now that's a differant ballgame and he show his real ugliness then and makes me feel like a total loser. He has done this many, many times too.I don't know I just had to get that one out.
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