I know what you mean about
the magic button. I could use one too. I am glad that your husband is going to school. This is very good for him. And I hope that he continues and doesn't let the drinking get in the way. Is he drinking daily? Or just on occasion? I know neither one is good, but I would have a way of knowing what you are dealing with in a whole.
My first husband drank some in the beginning. And when he did, his perspective on things was way off. He would get jealous and abusive. He finally quit. Which was good, because things were a lot better for us. So I know what you are going through with your husband's drinking. I hope that it isn't a daily thing for you to have to endure.
Hopefully school will take over and he will get into that. And I am sorry that dhs isn't helping anymore. The thing that I did learn though is that there are programs that they wont tell you about
. My husband found a prescript
ion and health program that we had heard about
. But you had to enquire within the doctor's office. The problem is that they don't make it public knowledge, you have to ask about
it. So that is a thought. It wouldnt' hurt to ask. It was called tencon. It involved ten counties and was through the state I believe. But like I say, they would not tell you about
it, I learned about
it through my hairdresser who at the time was in diabetes management at the doctor's office.
I sure do hope that you can find some help. Hopefully there are other things that other members know about
that they can share. Keep on keeping on. Know that you are a strong person and can handle more than you think. Though we do grow weary. Do something nice for yourself from time to time so that you feel you have some control over your life. Relaxation helps a lot. Deep breathing and meditation is what I do when things start to pile up on me.
I hope that this helps some.
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