She's been an alcoholic almost all of her adult life. Im visiting her from out of state and the evening I arrived she was so drunk she didn't pick me up from the airport. Her hubby picked me up about 45min after I arrived. That's not really the point, though. All the way back to her house, he proceeded to tell me how sick he was of her and all sorts of things my niece and nephew (who were in the car with us) shouldn't have heard. I don't know what I can do to help her anymore. I try to offer my support -- but I just don't know how to reach her. Her husband is ready to leave her and she's about to lose everything. I see it all unfolding and don't know how to help.
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