Our expert says:
Sounds like he's a lousy husband, a passable father. He is a problem drinker, even if he can at times control it for a while ( as, apparently, he can carry out the advice of a marriage counsellor for a time, but not lastingly.
As a mariage, it doesn't sound worthwhile, does it ? I don't understand why you both would lose the house if you divorced, but it would be understandable if that made you both reluctant to part. But is it really worth remaining miserably together ? Are there really no alternatives ?
When you say "don't want to do this to the family " do you mean the children, or your larger family, or his ? Misery isn't good for children, and family's should not require unhappy people to remain together.
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