Hi, I am so confused. My husband and I have been having difficulty for over a year now. I know he has become an alcoholic but I'm afraid there is so much more. His brother and nephew have both been busted for labs and his sister is recovering from meth. I have not seen physical signs but his moods are off the wall, which I've always attributed to the alcohol. I've talked to his sister and although she has no proof, she surmises that it is a great possibilty due to the company he keeps. He refuses to come home when I ask, he can be verbally cruel (not physically violent) with me, stays out till all hours of the night, has no regard for responsibilities at home, hangs with people he'd have no other reason to be around unless he's using, stays busy doing anything to keep him out of the house, yet he hasn't lost weight, or broke out in acne, or any of the other "typical symptoms". He still can be so sweet and loving but it's few and far between. HELP, we are on the edge of divorce and I love him so much. I need answers? I don't want to abandon him in his hour of need but me and our children are drowning. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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