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Two days ago, my wife again decided it would be “fun” to get drunk.She knows that she in an alcoholic, but uses the fact that it’s a disease to brush it off.We rarely have sex, she says she’s not in the mood, which I find strange, because I’ve always known girls getting drunk to want sex more??

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So she’s depressed, an alcoholic, bi-polar, and grieiving the loss of her dad.

I just don’t know what to do to make any of this any better.

I like to drink myself, but I definitely don’t have an issue, and I don’t need it. So after that night of fighting, we didn’t speak, and she slept on the couch.

Yesterday I went to work, things were quiet, but I figured she was just hung over.

Question: I cannot bear my wife’s alcoholism any longer. I’m continually moved by the vivid descriptions of the carnage that addiction causes, and the impossible “you choose, you lose” dilemmas faced by exhausted, isolated partners.

Most of my friends tell me to leave her, and my family tells me to stick it out. Note: I first wrote this answer as a way to talk about methods to approach tough dilemmas, and since that time it has grown into the forum you see now.

But then, only a few short hours later, she’s already got a drink in her hand.

She knows she has a problem, yet doesn’t want to make anything better. I just want to live in a happy home, without constant fighting, nagging, etc.

He was a big time drinker, and smoker, and died behind the wheel of his work truck from a heart attack. I’m having such a hard time dealing with her ups and downs, (doesn’t help that she’s also bi-polar) and her binge drinking.

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