My husband left me on Saturday and I was in shock. He has recently had a lot of changes in his life, transitioning from military to civilian life to back to school and not making much money. I believe he feels inadequate, as I am the bread winner. We have not even been married a year and he said he didnt know if he wanted to be married anymore. We attempted to meet for dinner to talk about it last night and he showed up drunk. I asked if he had been drinking and he said about as much as he wants to. His family has a history of alcohol abuse and I am scared he will tumble into that routine. He showed up to a very serious discussion and didnt give me the respect to give it a good faith effort to talk. I love him very much and am very scared for him but I dont know what to do. I see that he is in bad shape and not even wanting to admit he has a lot going on and is falling into a dangerous path. What is the best way to get through to him? He said last night he didnt want to be married and he didnt know he wanted to work on our problems. How long am I suppose to wait? Any advice is appreciated.
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