Last nite my stbx called my house and he was blitzed, he wasnt making any sense at all, so I asked if I could talk to my son, who decided he wanted to live with his dad, while my daughter came to live with me, and I asked my son if his dad was drinking, my son said, kind of yeah, so I said good nite to him, and my husband got back on the phone, and I told him I needed to go, so five minutes later, he calls back, and says that for the record, he wasn't drunk, I beg to differ, because I was married to him for 18 yrs, I can tell, but I didn't want to fight with him, so I said I had to go to bed. But, what if he starts calling all the time like that? That was part of why I left, he's an alcolholic, but he doesn't see it. But I really don't want my son to be around that all the time, he's 16, and I don't want him to be influenced by it, he's a good kid, but I know I couldn't and wouldn't make him come live with me, I just didn't want to make it worse....I just don't know what to do.
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