I am an alcoholic, with only 4 days of sobriety. My husband is an alcoholic, who is still drinking. We have been married for 17 months, but together in a relationship for the past 7 years. When he is drunk, he says things that are very hurtful to me. He talks about me being a fat ass, and says it in front of people. I found a picture of me, that was taken about 3 years ago, and I was much thinner. I said to him one night when he was drunk, that I looked pretty good in that picture. After that he said I know, I can't believe it is you. It broke my heart. He would also, when he was drunk after that, tell me when we had company to get the picture and show it to them. I just feel so bad about myself, and so unattractive, since I have gained weight, and he doesn't help. The fact is he only says these things when he is drunk. He would never say them sober to me. Is this abuse?
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