My hubby drinks, I stay sober, or try very hard to. He brings home liquor, he drinks beer, he knows its a great weakness for me. Why doesn't he understand? I've been with him through the whole sobriety thing, seems as if he's jealous. He drinks beer every night. I feel alone at home, then I jump on here, there's people struggling with my same problems. Not trying to sabotage me. There's 2-3 bottles in the fridge right now. It's one of the hardest things I've ever had to deal with. He thinks I might want to drink, what he don't get, it's been 7 years since I bought me alcohol. Why can't I be with a more supportive person?!!! I know there are others with way worse problems than me. I just wanna know if anyone else can see what I see. He makes me think it's ok to drink just one or two nights a week. I can't do that. I'm an alcoholic! He's a drunk. I'm trying very hard not to go dump some in my coffee at 7:30 am!!!!What's a girl to do?
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