She wants to leave me, which I should be fine with, but she’s my wife, and I do love her unconditionally.
She did just start seeing a therapist once a week, two weeks ago, and when she gets home from that appointment, she seems better.
Hi everyone, I am trying to make it through my day at work, with so much anger, guilt, etc., going on in my head.
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.
There is another general rule in making a wrenching decision. That is, whichever course is more reversible might be considered first. Loneliness and anxiety, among other troubles, are almost universally difficult for partners of alcoholics. This entry was posted on Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 at pm and is filed under Addiction, Couples-Marriage, Transition.
In your case, it is much easier to recover from the mistake of waiting a bit more, than to recover after discovering that divorce was a mistake. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.