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By Pissedoff - / Thursday 9 November 2017 21:00 / United States - Seattle
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By  GhostFox  |  33

The fact you had to ask him to be sober was the first indication that he is an alcoholic. That he became so inebriated that he lost control of his bladder function was the second. Doing so after promising not to was the third. Time to sit him down and try to make him acknowledge his problem and start fixing it. If he won't, then it's time to end the relationship, because he's made it apparent he considers getting drunk more important than you, and unless he gets help, that is never going to change for the better. It will just get worse, and so will his behavior.

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By  GhostFox  |  33

The fact you had to ask him to be sober was the first indication that he is an alcoholic. That he became so inebriated that he lost control of his bladder function was the second. Doing so after promising not to was the third. Time to sit him down and try to make him acknowledge his problem and start fixing it. If he won't, then it's time to end the relationship, because he's made it apparent he considers getting drunk more important than you, and unless he gets help, that is never going to change for the better. It will just get worse, and so will his behavior.

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  GhostFox  |  33

Some alcoholics do have to have someone or something other than themself to quit for, because they don't see a reason to do it otherwise. It depends on the person. Either way, having someone else point out the addiction and need to get clean makes it harder for most addicts to deceive themself by denying that they have a problem- or that the problem isn't "that bad." Some still do after being confronted, but it's just as likely they'll realize they do in fact have a problem. Whether they decide to actually try to get clean or not, depends on them- some may do it for themself, but others do it for loved ones.

By  Lobby_Bee  |  15

Sounds like he is an alcoholic. It's funny the first couple times, but doesn't it get stale in the long run? He needs an intervention to straighten his ass up.

By  OCD_NME  |  12

Seeing as how he is still your boyfriend and not ex, it sounds like you don't want to leave him. There is a lot more to addiction then you'd think. Look up enabling and living with an addict at the very least and if it's as bad as it sounds, look into professional help like counceling or alcoholics anonymous. They help people who deal with addicts as well as addicts.

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  GhostFox  |  33

Healthy adults shouldn't have issues with waking from sleep when their bladder is full. If an adult does have such an issue, they either have some sort of emotional trauma, a preexisting medical condition, developed a medical condition, or are so heavily under the influence of drugs that they are at risk of dying, because they are losing control of partially involuntary muscle functions.

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  GhostFox  |  33

...Yes, I have had such dreams, but no, they haven't ever resulted in me wetting the bed. Dreams like that still shouldn't be enough for an adult to actually lose control of their bladder function, since the brain is supposed to be able to differentiate between a sleeping state and awake state, and thus filter out that sort of signals. So either I somehow have superb control despite having a medical condition that effects my bladder, or more people have issues with bladder control than actually report said issues.

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