My husband is cutting back his dope consumption to weekends only and he is very hard to live with right now. His moods swing and, one moment he is his normal self and the next minute he is short tempered and shouting the odds (he does have a lot of work stress). Yesterday he lost it with my son, then stormed out and had a drink in a pub (he doesnt really drink) and when he came back he was all sweet once more. This morning he was so horrible to me, I literally sobbed and sobbed like a baby. It is like I am living with a different person. I know you are all going to tell me to put up with it, thats what married couples do, but just putting it out there right now is helping me alot. Any thoughts are welcome.
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