I have just recently seperated from my husband who has ptsd. He also has a severe alcohol problem. He has been through so many treatment programs and he just chooses to drink. I want to stay married and stand by his side with helping him with his ptsd, but I dont know how to help his addiction. Im confused why he chooses the bottle over his family. He says he drinks to forget, and deal with all the emotions of the ptsd. He is on a full regime of meds too which does not help as he is fully aware he cant drink on them, but does. What can I do for my own sanity and also help him???
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