I am married to an alcoholic, we've been married for 29 years. Our relationship is going down hill fast. i see things clearer these days. I keep hoping things will get better, but i'm tired of hoping, i've been hoping for to long. he won't quit drinking no matter how much i may want him to. I don't want to live like this anymore. The constant negative attitude, the guilt for not being able to make him happy and feeling guilty when i am. i Want a partner who i can talk to and share things with. i don't like beinng around him anymore. I know he is a good person under the disease but the alcohol is killing all of my feelings for him. i'm ready to let go.
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