My husband and I have fought nonstop for the last 3 months. I've stood by his side through a drug addiction and a short-lived gambling addiction. Now, I'm worried alcohol is the next addiction. He started going to a co-worker's house everyday after work, playing dominoes, drinking, and smoking pot. I finally told him I wanted a divorce, so he quit spending so much time there, but he still wanted to have him over for a cookout. I don't want to have anything to do with this guy! And, I'm tired of having to pull my husband back to his family and out of the gutter over and over again. Plus, he yells a lot and never wants to make necessary repairs on our home. What's the problem with leaving, right? He has his moments. I can't stand the thought of him with someone else. With all that he's done, I still care about him. And, I don't want to mess up my children's lives. When my mom and stepdad divorced when I was 17, I almost screwed up my life. My children's futures are so bright right now. They are both so gifted! Why isn't our life enough to keep my husband happy? Why does he always go looking for a party?
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