Members Resurie Posted November 16, 2013 Members Report Share Posted November 16, 2013 And I still struggle with it every day. Finding any kind of low cost counseling in my neck of the woods can be fairly difficult, and while my friends and family have been very supportive, it's still a very sensitive subject that many of them want to avoid. Sooo, I have never really had a chance to get all of these feelings off my chest.My husband died at 32 due to chronic alcohol abuse. We had been married for 3 years at the time, and I knew he had a drinking problem to some extent, I just never realized how bad it was until it was too late. I knew he tended to reach for a bottle when things got a bit stressful, which happened, but I never knew he had to drink to function normally. He hid it so well. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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