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carrieann2015ParticipantMarch 9, 2015 at 9:35 pm #75098
I’ve been out of the dating scene for a long time. A few months ago i met a man who is great in many respects. He is kind, funny, attractive and we have good physical chemistry. We only see each other on the weekends because we do not live in the same town. I have observed that he constantly drinks. And while we are home he is kind and respectful, outside he is sometimes loud, says inappropriate things, for example rude to servers. He is always kind to me but i find this behavior embarassing and i am also worried about how much he drinks, healthwise. I don’t have a lot of experience with this kind of thing. How should I approach this issue?
armanParticipantMarch 10, 2015 at 11:48 am #75117
Be patient with him, and if you like him try to understand why he does that. And if he is nice with you, you can discuss with him like adults. But don’t tell him to stop, just ask him whats the reason behind he would be amazed because you are concerned about him.
sweetieb41ParticipantMarch 10, 2015 at 1:43 pm #75135
Maybe you should tell him how you feel…………… slowly and see if he changes …… If he cares about you he will respect yout thoughts and maybe change alittle… good luck
Nat87ParticipantMarch 13, 2015 at 8:57 am #75305
Is it a deal breaker for you? Is this something that is going to impact you and compromise what you are willing to except standard wise? I used to date someone who was an alcoholic – they take it out of you emotionally and mentally when you get too far into it. As others have said, I’d talk to him and see what he says – you can’t change them so don’t try. If he’s willing to get help and actually does it then I’d say go for it. If you feel like his behavior is a no no, he is unwilling to change, then maybe have a think about what you are willing to except
AnonymousMarch 13, 2015 at 11:29 pm #75354
believe yourself, you can comeover it.
AnonymousMarch 18, 2015 at 10:29 am #75576
Everything is allright, some time will come and he will stop drinking
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