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It sounds like you have a problem with alcohol and should stay away from it. Go to AA if you feel it will help. It also kinda sounds like you have anger management issues. You may need help for that as well.
As far as your boyfriend goes, it may already be too late. People can take only so much and when they reach their breaking point, that's it.
Maybe if he truly believes that it's alcohol causing the problem and you quit, he may give you another chance. It all depends on how fed up he is.
If you posted on here that your boyfriend hit and bit you we would all tell you to leave him immediatly. So he did exactly what he should have. You are an abuser, whether you want to admit it or not and I am sorry if that sounds harsh.

If you know you have a problem with drinking and violence, then why drink at all? It seems to me that you are not thinking about your boyfriend's well being when you choose to do so, as you know what the outcome will be. I have a medical issue which does not allow me to drink at all, if I do drink I could have a seizure, so I don't even risk it. So why do you? It's not even your life you're endangering, it's his.

If you want the possibility of ever waking up beside him again, then go to the doctor that was treating you before, tell them exactly what you have been doing, the entire truth and get into a program. Anger management and detox will help you and also show your boyfriend that you are serious and you love him enough to respect him instead of abuse him.

Hang in there and do the right thing.
[QUOTE=ibeeshell]If you posted on here that your boyfriend hit and bit you we would all tell you to leave him immediatly. So he did exactly what he should have. You are an abuser, whether you want to admit it or not and I am sorry if that sounds harsh.

If you know you have a problem with drinking and violence, then why drink at all? It seems to me that you are not thinking about your boyfriend's well being when you choose to do so, as you know what the outcome will be. I have a medical issue which does not allow me to drink at all, if I do drink I could have a seizure, so I don't even risk it. So why do you? It's not even your life you're endangering, it's his.

If you want the possibility of ever waking up beside him again, then go to the doctor that was treating you before, tell them exactly what you have been doing, the entire truth and get into a program. Anger management and detox will help you and also show your boyfriend that you are serious and you love him enough to respect him instead of abuse him.

Hang in there and do the right thing.[/QUOTE]

You are completely right. When I'm sober which is 99% of the time I would never even contemplate hurting him and I am absolutely appalled at what I did.





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