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)" after the word "Alcoholic." It felt wrong of me to diagnose him as something that he himself denies being.It has taken me a lot of pain, many Al Anon meetings, and a few figurative knocks to the head to realize that my husband is very likely an alcoholic.
I am simply a wife who loves her husband but who despises the disease from which he suffers.
He has not lost a job because of his drinking (on the contrary, he is getting ahead with each new job).
I have never had to call in sick for him at his job or answer calls from his employer wondering where he is.
He is very intelligent, though he may not admit this himself, and provides well for us. I feel he is fading away faster than I can grasp at him; truly I miss who he used to be.
We do not have children, and have been married for a few years, though together for much longer.