Every so often when my husband goes to work he always come home drunk. Then we get into a big agruement, but he always starts it, because he knows that I don't like it when he starts drinking it always starts confusion between us. I am not a drinker anymore, but I always told him to at least slow down on his drinking, but it do not do any good he is going to do what he wants to do any way. He told me that he can do what he want to do, it's like I do not know who he is when he's been drinking. He walks in and out the house all times of the night, it's like he is on crack. I can not take it any more, and I also had threaten him, I had pack his clothes for him and put the clothes outside. He keeps coming back and I keep taking him back like some crazy person. I am a beter person than that, but I just tired of it. I have had a double bypass operation just 3 months ago, and he was there with me the whole while, but when it was 2 days before getting out of the hospital he came in there drunk and that made me mad as hell, I'm sorry I just had to say that. Right now my husband is drunk as I don't what. There is always silent between us when he gets that way. I am crying out for HELP please help me. WHAT CAN I DO?
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