The biggest problem you have is his drinking. That is causing problems for him in his life, and it isn't likely to get better unless he gets help from medical practitioners or from a group such as Alcoholics Anonymous. At best, you have a shaky relationship that gives you no real security.
Some people, you know, are not helpful in one's life. Please take care of yourself now and try to improve the quality of your life by associating with healthier, happier people who are interested in helping you live a life that offers security and friendship.
This is not what you want to hear; but in the long run, it's something that you will be glad you took care of for your future happiness. These relationships don't often go anywhere in terms of improving your life or your emotional state.
Take care of yourself now and try to stop worrying about
his problems. "Tough love" needs to be applied, and that isn't easy to do in your young life. Keep trying, please, to improve your friendships for your best emotional health.
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 2/29/2012 10:38:26 AM (GMT-7)