The question isn't when do you leave, but why are you still there? I am personally biased against alcohol and alcoholics, because it is a totally self-inflicted wound, but there is no law that I am aware of that says you or anyone else has to share the same disgusting space as an alcoholic, especially one who, as he will not get help, probably whines self-piteously all day and asks who is going to help him and why don't you help him. Do you have a court order that says you have to live like this? No. Did you get a message from God saying you had offended him and so your punishment was to live the rest of your human existence in this misery? No Do you have the right to a basic, clean, human existence on your own to rebuild you life, friends and family? I'd say so. What, are you still there? Do you need to borrow a suitcase or something? Go, go go. Phil
Then let him leave u! Oviously he doesn't want u anymore! Don't argue! Then let him leave u! Oviously he doesn't want u anymore! Don't argue!
no! what is your husband doing to make you want to leave!
Then the husband should move out.
Discuss it with your husband to decide if brother should be asked to leave; or if you are somewhere other than your home, if you and your husband should leave. No one has the right to interfere with your relationship with your husband (other than an abusive situation).
Only you can answer that one.
Well, it depends why you are not happy. If he is abusive then yes, you should leave him but if it's a couple of fights that can be resolved then no.
you should have left him 7 years ago
if you know he cheated on you, you should leave him because he doesn't love you
Sulk back to him or leave the house and count to ten
No, I do not have a husband!
no she should not leave her husband over drugs and him lieing him but maybe they should separate for a little while and figure out things. but to be really honest she should do what's best for the relationship. and get him in a rehab center only if he wont's to.
you should leave him when he starts to abuse you. or cheat on you. or you just dont feel it is right anymore, and feel like you are not as attracted to each other. when you have nothing left x
Your husband leave the house. He may want to leave but make him mad.
Alcohol and drug abuse are both serious reasons for terminating a relationship. If you care about him, you need to let him know that his behavior is destructive. You can't force him to clean up, but you can stop being the enabler. Don't let him drag YOU AND YOUR KIDS down. Get out of there.
It depends the situation or the conditions in which she leaves or is forced to leave her husbands house. In normal circumstances a good wife should not leave her husband's house without his permission.
No reason not to leave him. My ex-sister-in-law did that to my brother & mom. If you absolutely can't take it any more just leave.
Leave! If he doesn't like you anymore, that he isn't the one for u! Leave! If he doesn't like you anymore, that he isn't the one for u!
He should be arrested, if your being abused call the police.Than pack your things and leave!
He should take her with him and not leave her alone.
Just leave out the alcohol.
Immediately. Reach out to a close friend or relative for help, and leave as soon as you can.