I'm torn what to do.
No. No. No.
Okay, I understand that was a bit blunt, but you deserve so much more. You may love him, but he loves substances.
My husband and I had this read at our wedding "Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.Love never fails"
I understand how/why you love him, but that love will never be reciprocated.
"OMG, I got engaged, the world will never be the same!...."
I have been married to an alcoholic for six years.
i am worried my boyfriend has a drink problem!We met at the end of last November out in a pub where we were both drunk so I suppose not the best place. The first time I thought there was a problem is when we had an arguement on the phone on Christmas Eve, he was drunk and became rude and obnoxious and insulted me. I got very upset and as a result my family don't think too highly of him as I let him away with it; making excuses saying he had a few drinks. The following day he apologised after i told him it was completely unacceptable the way he spoke to me. He doesn't drink every single day but he can't seem to have "just one" he takes it too far, I am getting frustrated with having drunken conversations with him. he seems to make excuses, for example "it is christmas", "it is New Year's Eve", he misses his brother in Australia and the latest is his mother is going to Australia for a couple of months and he will miss her. I am writing this on Wednesday and he went out for a family dinner on Sunday and was drunk. On Monday he went to the pub with his brother at 4p.m. and rang me drunk at 6pm. Last night he just had "two cans" but I know myself it was more and tonight his friend and him are having a few drinks at his. As I write this I do believe he has a problem but need help and advice how to approach it.