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Partner has a drinkin problem
Posted by Confused.com on 4 March 2018.
I have been with my partner for three years and we were friends for 2 yea piror, we have a two year old and a 4month old and ny partner drinks alot. Before we got together he would drink between 2-4bottles of wine s night and then cut down after I spoke to him about his drinking. He drinks every night sometimes he is tipsy and other time he is drunk, on nights he gets drunk the next day hr would regreat it and say that he will stop...but a few days later its back to normal. He believes thst because he has a full time job and doesnt need a drink in the morning that he isnt addicted. He drinks a bottle of wine or spirit every night and always tries to hide the bottle from me but i cam tell when he drinks by his behaviour. I have talked to him but he says that he likes a drink but doesnt have a problem. What can i do?? All the stress of nnot knowin if he is comin home sober or not is affecting my health and my feelsings towards him and i dont want the kids to see thst theu have an alchoholic for a father
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