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Posted by babydollmumma86 on 11 March 2015.

Hi I'm new at this so forgive me my husband has a drink problem and I've tried helping him I even arranged for him to goto an aa meeting he said he went the once but not mentioned or been since when he drinks he gets so angry and just argues and makes me out to be the enemy he's so horrible but sober he's da best thing ever I've begged and pleaded and even tried to help but now he trays drinking hides the bottles and lies about where he's going and trays to make out he's not been drinking when I know him well enough to know when he has a drink I love him so much but don't know how much more I can take he has yet to go a week sober he manages a day or two but then the lies start and he drunk again he just lies all the time

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Shamrock73
11 Mar 2015

My husband the same , he hides the bottles even in my sons room , which is why I left the house . I still <3 him and want him better but the lies ?? Drive me mad x I can understand kind regards Michelle x

babydollmumma86
12 Mar 2015

Thank you michelle its nice to knw im not alone how did u find the strength to leave i just keep making excuses for my husband and i dont knw why xx

Icarus Trust
17 Mar 2015

Hi. Am so sorry to hear that you are having a hard time. Sadly there are lots of people that are in the same situation. The Icarus Trust is a charity that supports those who are having to deal with the addiction of a loved one.  We have experienced trained volunteers called 'family Friends' who have loads of experience and if you contact us you could talk to one of them. It is a free service and it might help to talk to someone who understands what you are going through. 
You can contact us on help@icarustrust.org or visit the website www.icarustrust.org
I hope that this might help you. Good luck!

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