I have known my husband less than 2 years. He has not had a drink in 27 years and is heavily involved in AA (sponsors others, speaks, etc). He tells me he is fine. But he behaves like a 'dry drunk' from what I know of this. Manipulative, selfcentered, says what he thinks you want to hear, not always the truth, hides problems from me (financial mainly), and thinks I am controlling, critical and out to get him. I am at a loss. I can't go through life with him walking on eggshells, scared to say anything, do anything he might not like to hear. If I have a different opinion than his on anything at all, he thinks I am the enemy. Does anyone have a similar story?
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