I just found this site and thought maybe i could get some sanity. My husband of 7years is a alcoholic. He is totally and utterly in denial and says he doesnt have a problem. i dont drink, i go to church and try to live my life right for our kids. last year he made me leave saying he didnt want to be married anymore. i was gone a month then he begged me back. after three months i went back home to give my marriage another try because i already have one failed marriage to an abusive man. i came back and he was sober for 8 months and even admitted he was an alcoholic. but a few months ago he started in again and now he is full force. he just laughs when i tell him he has a problem and needs help. he disappears for hours at a time. a couple weeks ago i found him with a buddy and two other girls. the girls ran and hid behind the truck when i pulled up but i contained myself and just told him it was time to go. this is just one of many examples. he of course says he didnt do anything wrong. im trying to go to school for my RN and working as a LPN and raise our 5 kids. When he is sober he is the kindest man i know and that is why im still with him but i dont know how much more i can bear. Help, i feel so hopeless !!!
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