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Drinking twice a week is harmful to health or not?

  1. profile image43
    vani_2k8posted 8 years ago

    Drinking twice a week is harmful to health or not?

    I hate the persons who drinks, but my husband drinks before marriage he said he will stop after marriage, still he not stopped, iam getting irritation, he says what happens iam drinking rarely, his colleagues are forcing when he is not intrested also. what to do to make him stop, my words he is not listening. If iam angry when he drinks, he says you are extending this issue.so many times waited with patience then also no use. He requests, please understand my problem friends all are going, nothing is to understand iam saying for good, my intension is after increases, its not possible to stop.

  2. bangawking000 profile image60
    bangawking000posted 8 years ago

    actually, drinking a small amount of alcohol like wine every night before you go to sleep is good for the health.

    since you said that his friends force him, i think they are like the drink to get drunk kind of people. If he love you more than his friends, he should simply say that "sorry guys, my wife said so".

    your intention is good but you should also first consider that your husband likes to drink. he can't stop drinking because he likes to even though he promised to stop after your marriage. just tell him not to get drunk and all will go well.

    try not to force him, just encourage him to stop like a loving wife will do.

  3. bonjovi178 profile image44
    bonjovi178posted 8 years ago

    Drink a glass of red wine during dinner is healthy. But just one glass. Red wine. When the amount of drinked alcohol is too high it could be some problems (physical and mental problems)

  4. Jery profile image58
    Jeryposted 8 years ago

    I've been around lots of alcoholics in my day (I have 6 siblings who are.) If he's able to stop for a period of weeks without any problems than he's probably not an alcoholic. You just need to decide how important this is to you, and how far you want to go to curb his drinking. If he gets drunk most of the time he may just have a problem, if he just has a drink or two I wouldn't worry. Heck I wrote a page on addictions too http://enaturesremedies.com/drug-addict … treatments

  5. Mrs. J. B. profile image58
    Mrs. J. B.posted 7 years ago

    Having a drink or two a day is nothing to worry about. Now someone that has drinks starting at 7 am is another thing. As for your husband you knew what he was all about before you said I Do. You cannot change anyone.... The more you try the harder they fight. Say nothing.....

 
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