lilsmc Posted April 22, 2010 Share Posted April 22, 2010 my first question here is: What is considered an alcoholic? Well lets see, my boyfriend has always enjoyed to drink. He cant just drink and get a buzz. He drinks to the point where he wobbles all over the place and (in my perspective - he drinks to the point of embarrasement) and he drinks to the point where he does not remember absolutly anything the following day. He gets obnoxious and loud, which is something he wouldnt do sober as he tends to be a little on the quiet side. He drinks about 5 days out of a week. As soon as he is out of work, he and his "drinking buddy" go over to his house and pound on shots. They each do about 10 vodka shots and proceed to about 10 beers. I dont know how his body deals with it, because he has to be up so early for work the following day. I also hate going to sleep with someone who reeks of alcohol. I think the world of my boyfriend - he is extremely smart, has successful job, and is even going to china for a business proposal. But when he drinks, he becomes someone totally different and I find myself always looking after him specially when we go out with a group of friends to a bar or club. I cant really have fun because i always have to hold him so he doesnt trip or bump into other people. I also feel like he chooses to hang out with his buddy and drink, rather than to hang out with me and that really annoys me. I always tell him to take it easy with the drinking or to try not drinking that much. His response is "What's the point of feeling buzz, If I'm going to drink, I'm goign to get drunk" He spends SOO much money on booze its not even funny. He has cases of beer in his garage and as soon as he starts going low he has to go buy more. I'm starting to really wonder about his behavior and whether this is healthy for me in the long run. I love him very much but lately I have been getting so irritated with his drinking and honestly i don't know what to do. what do you think I should do? Link to comment
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