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Unread 04-20-2016, 07:54 PM   #4
LadyLoss
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Originally Posted by R. Lee View Post
LadyLoss, Welcome to the site. I am a recovering alcoholic & I did not stop drinking until I wanted to do it for myself.

It is not your fault that he is an alcoholic. Now it is time for you to stop enabling him by letting him drive you while he is drinking. You have choices on how you are going to live or not live with a alcoholic.

There are support groups for family's of an alcoholic like Al anon, or an open AA meeting.

Good luck on your choices.
Hi R. Lee,

Thanks for your reply! I do not let him drive me while he's inhebriated; we waited in the car for two and a half hours until he was sober enough on the portable breathalyzer. It was embarrassing, seeing my co-workers walk by and wondering why we were just sitting there...
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