Hi, slc6. Welcome to this community. I would love to talk with you anytime as I also feel very alone. Good luck with your husband. My husband has never threatened to leave but everyday I expect him to say, "that's it, I can't take it anymore." I don't feel like I am the same person he married and it is just a matter of time until he realizes he can do better and gives up on me. I pray that day will never come. You have come to the right place, even if you just need to talk and get things off your chest. I still have not been able to quit drinking and some postings may seem judgemental but I keep coming back for postings like yours that lets me know that I am not alone in my situation and battle.
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