I got really drunk and when I home (came home wasted 10 times). My wife was in the kitchen and she started yelling at me for coming home drunk and not calling her. Then we had a fight about my drinking and pretty everything that's with our marriage. It was at the point where we were screaming at each other. Then I yelled " YOUR A FUCKING BITCH" and then the water works happen. She's quite sensitive and it really doesn't help that I have no clue to calm her down . She went to a hotel, I haven't heard from since. I call her on her cell but she won't pick up. Is this the last straw?
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Wow I know people who fight like that all the time and they are still together (not sure that's a good thing lol). Anyway. The chances of this being over kinda depend on how often you guys have one of these blow ups and how you handle it from here on out. Sounds to me like both of you need to do more listening then talking. I don't know about you, but I know as soon as someone starts yelling at me, I quit listening to them.
Ask yourself if you want it to be over, are you relieved at the though, or does it cause you immense pain. If you don't want it to be over, sounds to me like you need to make some tough decisions. Drinking can tear apart even the best relationships, I'm not saying you have a problem, only you can know that. I'm just saying if your wife has a problem with your drinking you better think about what you can do to fix this rift between the two of you.
Don't make any promises you don't intend on keeping (like promising to quit drinking if your not willing to do it, it will only make things worse then they already are the next time you drink). Above all listen to her , validate what she is saying, and what her concerns are, let her have her say. Too often we interrupt and don't let the other person tell how they feel. We are too busy defending ourselves and our own actions.2