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By  KaD6  |  23

If he's got that much of a drinking problem going already he's probably not going to make a good relationship partner. Keep looking.

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By  KaD6  |  23

If he's got that much of a drinking problem going already he's probably not going to make a good relationship partner. Keep looking.

By  Wadlaen  |  19

As a man who was nearly killed by a drunk driver some years ago, I'll say you should look for someone with a better attitude towards driving and safety in the traffic...

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  ViviMage  |  38

I had my foot and ankle run over by a drunk driver and was thrown to the pavement!

She was slurring an apology, but if I had a camera or even a cell phone then 911 would have a field day!

By  LostSoul  |  19

Alcoholics are not logical in their thinking. Addicts tend to be selfish people. Unless you are in for the long haul, which means lots of stress, fights, maybe police calls, and possibly hospitals, be happy he ended it.

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  ViviMage  |  38

Logic is a "program" that is too expensive for the brain to run when you are drunk, sleep deprived, or dreaming.

Everything you said is very true. It's hard to stay with someone who is selfish and destructive.

By  AmbrosiaFan  |  18

If he's drunk and in the drivers seat and you didn't

1. get out
2. report him to the cops
3. insist on driving

then you need to be more persistent and proactive regarding your safety.