Unfortunately, unless he is willing to admit he has a problem not much you can do. This can be a lethal combination in high enough quantities. If he is violent when he drinks, you both obviously have a problem. Please seek the help and guidance of an organization like Alanon before it is too late. You can find meetings near your location by using whatever search engine you prefer. There is hope as long as you are willing to find it. If you need further assistance, don't hesitate to ask.
This is a really dangerous combination as Librium is an antianxiety drug and should never be mixed with alcohol. They are both CNS depressants and one day he may go to sleep and not wake up. like the other poster said, if he doesnt see or admit to himself that he has a problem, there is very little that you can do for him. What you need to ask yourself, especially if he is violent with you verbally and/or physically he hurts you, you want to think long and hard about why you are with him. You cannot help people who do not want help and you may want to think about walking away before you marry and/or have a child with a man with these kinds of problems. If he wants help, there is plenty of help available. AA is one such group or he can seek help from his Drs. This is a hard situation when you care for someone but many times people like this have to hit rock bottom before they ask for help-do you really want to be dragged down with him? People around these types tend to often enable their behaviors-many times it is out of love for the person but this enabling allows the person to keep behaving this way. Sometimes you have to make a hard decision to do what is best for yourself and just get out of a bad relationship. I have many alcoholics in my family and I know how difficult it is and how distructive it can be. I watched my beloved Grandmother enable my grandfather and all the abuse she lived through and have heard from my own mother how difficult her childhood was growing up in her household with an alcoholic father. Sometimes your best bet is to preserve your own health and sanity and just walk away from a person like this.
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