Our expert says:
Most alcoholics dont believe that they have a problems, and their spouse generalyl experiences the problems. Some of that over-sensitivity can be that he partly recognizes that he is becoming incapable of dealing with such memory problems, and he grows anxious and aggressive then he fears it will become obvious and embarrassing --- not the topic, but his deficits being revealed. Alcohol is realyl bad for brains, alzheimers can also happen, or even both. And a personality disorder, which is common, may become more troublesome when someone either starts a dementia / alzheimers, or due to alcoholic brain damage. If he doesnt think anything is wrong with him in the way you do --- is there anything he DOES think is wrong, which he could be persuaded to see a doc about, with the doc being tpped off in advance to look into these real problems ?
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