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weirdness???

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 8, 2006
  • 08:54 PM

I am not even sure I am doing this right??...but here it goes!...I have an ex-boyfriend who when we first met (I was under the assumption) did NOT drink at all. As time progressed he became paranoid, angry, abusive.....he was DRUNK all the time???? He proceded to slash my tire's and threaten to kill me in front of my son......I dumped him!!!!!.......much time has passed and I ran into him...he said he was getting counseling etc...etc..etc...I decided to give him the benefit of the dought and low and behold....3 day's later he is out w/some girl claiming to be coked-up and ***t faced........why? for @ 6months could he behave and then all of a sudden BOOM.......I don't get it?.....He is a highly trained proffessional person w/community involvment.....what is this all about???:confused:

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  • HI:Sorry for the "wierdness" in yourlife. Sound like he might have addictions problems and could use some help. The problems is early on, most users don't recognize that waht they do is a "problem" for them. If you don't plan to walk awaynow, at least go to ALANON for some information and support.Good luck to you, Karen
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 27, 2006
    • 04:46 AM
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  • if alcohol is involved in a persons life,nothing else matters to them.if ypu have no experience of living with an alcoholic talk to some people who have.there is usually no hope.dont believe a word he says-thats the first rule.never see him again, would be a good second rule.---or you could transpose them.if you hope for children ,talk to some people who had alcoholic fathers.see what you are letting your future kids in for.
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  • Addictions teach us to be GREAT LIARS. I was one. Thankfully I did get help. When apologies come before claims of sobriety, you know they may be serious about having gotten help.if alcohol is involved in a persons life,nothing else matters to them.if ypu have no experience of living with an alcoholic talk to some people who have.there is usually no hope.dont believe a word he says-thats the first rule.never see him again, would be a good second rule.---or you could transpose them.if you hope for children ,talk to some people who had alcoholic fathers.see what you are letting your future kids in for.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 12, 2007
    • 01:15 AM
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  • im thinking that this could be a personality disorder..... :confused:
    STUDENTNURSEAIMEE 15 Replies
    • January 10, 2009
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