My ex-husband is an alcoholic. He left 3 months ago. My friends are saying that he looks sad, subdued, and he is taking it pretty hard. Do y'all think Love could overcome Alcohol. Do Alcoholics stop drinking for love? I wonder and have been told that when they have been drinking for a long time "he has" and are 52 yrs old they have a low chance of changing. He left me and I begged for him to stay, he wants to drink without me nagging him to stop. He left me and hasn't written,or really tried to contact me. Any input would help!
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