This guy's gf would go into icu 3 times last year, I would tell him you guys have a major drinking problem, guess what he said, "No we are fine she recovers really quick and I only buy her 2 beers". Well his gf was a friend of mine and tonight she is in icu with tubes and brain damage and some of her organs are shutting down, they are going to put her in hospice and the doc said she will probably live for about a month and that was it. This guy enabled this lady, because he said he would never be able to find another gf. Isn't that sick or what. Now he sits in his room staring at the ceiling, I tried to offer help for about 7 months that I knew him and would even take him to a meeting, he said no we are not alcoholics. That is how strong the denial can be in alcoholism, I was so sad at work today I could barely work. Another one of my friends are dieing from alcoholism. Half my friends are dead and the rest go to AA. She was a good lady and a pretty lady, but didn't believe it in her own heart, very smart also. Alot of people will miss her.
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