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husband in denial or not?

 
sonia
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12/03/2012 10:20 AM
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husband in denial or not?
i think my husband is in denial that he has a drinking problem, it has got really out of hand these past 3 years & when it started effecting our girls i told him he had to get professional help, at first he agraed & cut down but then he turned round & told me he doesn't love me anymore [says he was only drinking to "get out ov it" because he didn't want to be with me? & realised this while he wasn't drinking vodka [cider instead] then he left us the next day [i really don't believe he doesn't love me] but i am so confused ;'(
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12/03/2012 10:34 AM
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Re: husband in denial or not?
Assuming you are truthful, his mind is totally stressed and may or may not mean what he says. You need to have more talk with him and Somebody needs counseling. Good luck.
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12/03/2012 10:40 AM

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Re: husband in denial or not?
i think my husband is in denial that he has a drinking problem, it has got really out of hand these past 3 years & when it started effecting our girls i told him he had to get professional help, at first he agraed & cut down but then he turned round & told me he doesn't love me anymore [says he was only drinking to "get out ov it" because he didn't want to be with me? & realised this while he wasn't drinking vodka [cider instead] then he left us the next day [i really don't believe he doesn't love me] but i am so confused ;'(
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I understand your story very well, but try and truly authentically love him from the heart, a very dear friend shared that with me. I have tried everything myself, but there was one thing that I didn't even compliments were givin.
But until you really love him and look past all the defects, you will see the change happen.

Good luck.

truly love the one your with, it will help him evolve. When that is experienced, God will have more experineces for us.
No greater lesson as to service in loving.
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12/03/2012 10:42 AM

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Re: husband in denial or not?
Assuming you are truthful, his mind is totally stressed and may or may not mean what he says. You need to have more talk with him and Somebody needs counseling. Good luck.
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my husband doesn't respond to words, he responds to the action of love.
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12/03/2012 10:48 AM
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Re: husband in denial or not?
Let him do what he feels is right. He is either ashamed or genuine about his feelings. He is using alcohol to de-stress from something which is on his mind, the best thing you can do is let him go, because if he comes running back you will know it was a cry for help, if not he means what he said. Reverse psychology.
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12/03/2012 11:22 AM
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Re: husband in denial or not?
i think my husband is in denial that he has a drinking problem, it has got really out of hand these past 3 years & when it started effecting our girls i told him he had to get professional help, at first he agraed & cut down but then he turned round & told me he doesn't love me anymore [says he was only drinking to "get out ov it" because he didn't want to be with me? & realised this while he wasn't drinking vodka [cider instead] then he left us the next day [i really don't believe he doesn't love me] but i am so confused ;'(
 Quoting: sonia 28992326


OP, there is a LOT of emphasis put on 'staying together' but that is the last thing you should do.

Just bail.

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