I'm in a relationship with a person that is an alcoholic. I know that I've been enabling him, and when he's not drunk, he's depressed, but sometimes he's really nice. I sometimes think I live with several personalities. When he starts to drink first he's nice and cute, as he's gets more inebriated he becomes argumentative. He has been with me through some really trying times, and I appreciate that. I went to prison for 2 years, for being a whistle blower, and he stood by me the entire time. So he always reminds me how he waited for me, and I feel like I should stand by him. Am I wrong?
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