After drinking too much, my husband always goes crazy and almost rapes me when he goes crazy
His madness is not like throwing pots and bowls or beating and scolding his wife, but rather he will cling to me and touch me indiscriminately. Some people may say that this is not a big deal, indeed, but every time it's like this, with a lot of strength and an unpleasant smell of alcohol, it's really uncomfortable!
Finally, he fell asleep, and I carefully fell asleep. I didn't expect to hear the sound of water flowing halfway through my sleep. I thought the faucet was not turned off properly, but when I turned on the light, I saw him urinating on the floor. I'm really going crazy. I am 4 months pregnant and I have to wake up in the middle of the night to wipe the floor for him. Any of my worst thoughts have really flashed through my mind.
Some people may think I'm making a fuss, but in fact, if it only happened once or twice, I wouldn't be so sensitive. Compared to some of the things he did before, this is really nothing.
Not long after falling in love, he drank until midnight and called me one after another. The phone was incoherent, and I was worried that I didn't sleep well all night. Later, he got drunk at his friend's house and asked me to pick him up. He kicked the car and lifted the license plate on the road, and I lost all my strength in pulling.
There was another time when I was drinking outside and didn't come home until midnight. My mother-in-law and I took turns calling, but when he answered the phone, he said he was going to jump from the rooftop! The whole family came out to look for him, but his friend had already taken him to the hotel to sleep. I vomited all over the house and almost raped me
These things are too numerous to mention. The most exaggerated one was after getting married, and that day it was still a gathering of friends we went to together. He drank too much and even his friends advised him to drink less. It was very close to his mother-in-law's house over there, so I forcefully dragged him back. Along the way, he kicked several cars and even jumped onto the hood! Jumped someone's car out of a pit!
I really put in a lot of effort to pull him, and finally managed to pull him onto my mother-in-law's house. I threw him at her and turned around wanting to leave. I didn't expect him to keep kicking at the elevator door. Even when I got down to the first floor, I could still hear a super loud noise. I was afraid he might kick the door bad, so I had to go back. I didn't expect him to rush straight towards the window when he saw me, saying I don't want him anymore, he's going to jump off a building! My mother-in-law and I were scared to death, and the two of us forcefully dragged him back.
However, it was because of this incident that he hurt his mother-in-law's heart and realized the seriousness of the situation. I used to tell him how sad I was when he woke up after drinking. Although he realized his mistake and promised to change it, his tone still seemed to think it was impossible and he wouldn't do such a thing.
I really don't know what I'm going to do. He's really doing well except that drinking can drive him crazy. I don't smoke or gamble, and my emotions are focused. After I got pregnant, he rarely played games online and accompanied me to watch TV. I don't want to do housework and he would help me with it. And the salary is all in my charge.
And he knew that drinking would drive him crazy, and now he's drinking a lot less. But after all, men have to socialize, and they basically pushed off all their friends' appointments. Today, it's also because it's my friend who came. The leader asked him to accompany me with a drink, but he really couldn't help it. Sometimes when he called me, he was vomiting, which really hurt me.
I feel like a piece of wood. After drinking it again, he drove a nail into me and helped me remove it when he woke up, but the nail marks on his body couldn't be removed. When the nail marks reach a certain level, my board will break. I really don't know when I will break it, I really don't know what to do.
(Intern Editor: Lai Jiaxing)