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What are the best ways to strengthen your hippocampus? in other words what are the best ways to strengthen your memory?

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Answer #1 | 26/01 2016 18:17
I agree with the other poster - you've tried to be patient with him, but he is not making any changes. You should tell him to get real help, or leave. If he doesn't want to stop, there is nothing you can do. It's down to him to start the process of changing, no one can force him or talk him into it.
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Answer #2 | 26/01 2016 18:14
I'd give him an ultimatum: you're not getting better with the care you're already getting now, so either go to rehab or I'm leaving. If you go, I'll be here when you get back. Meanwhile, for yourself, there are AA meetings for loved ones of alcoholics. Check them out, you'll make some friends and get some emotional support.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #3 | 26/01 2016 18:17
Get out. Work everyday towards establishing a far more healthy and stable environment to live in.
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Answer #4 | 26/01 2016 18:07
My boyfriend is the nicest person i've ever dated, but recently I have been on his back about alcohol. It sometimes gets to the point where he is sick at least once a week because of it. He recently started hiding the alcohol because I constantly nag about what he drinks, or if I feel he drank enough I will take it off of him. Normally he can drink a bottle of american honey a night, but on some instances where he is more depressed he will drink more which causes the sickness.This always causes arguments between us, at least twice a week. Nothing is abusive, except I will stay in a spare bedroom for the night just to give us both space and he threatens he wants us to break up, but I know it is the alcohol talking. Then the next few days are amazing then the entire cycle begins again. He doesn't want to go to rehab, but admits he has a drinking problem. He recently lost his father, had a divorce (her fault) and was fired from work due to depression. So I understand him wanting to hide his problems, and he does see a therapist and psychiatrist, but I just need personal advice. He even admits he has a drinking problem.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #5 | 26/01 2016 10:17
I agree with the other poster - you've tried to be patient with him, but he is not making any changes. You should tell him to get real help, or leave. If he doesn't want to stop, there is nothing you can do. It's down to him to start the process of changing, no one can force him or talk him into it.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #6 | 26/01 2016 10:07
My boyfriend is the nicest person i've ever dated, but recently I have been on his back about alcohol. It sometimes gets to the point where he is sick at least once a week because of it. He recently started hiding the alcohol because I constantly nag about what he drinks, or if I feel he drank enough I will take it off of him. Normally he can drink a bottle of american honey a night, but on some instances where he is more depressed he will drink more which causes the sickness.This always causes arguments between us, at least twice a week. Nothing is abusive, except I will stay in a spare bedroom for the night just to give us both space and he threatens he wants us to break up, but I know it is the alcohol talking. Then the next few days are amazing then the entire cycle begins again. He doesn't want to go to rehab, but admits he has a drinking problem. He recently lost his father, had a divorce (her fault) and was fired from work due to depression. So I understand him wanting to hide his problems, and he does see a therapist and psychiatrist, but I just need personal advice. He even admits he has a drinking problem.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #7 | 26/01 2016 10:14
I'd give him an ultimatum: you're not getting better with the care you're already getting now, so either go to rehab or I'm leaving. If you go, I'll be here when you get back. Meanwhile, for yourself, there are AA meetings for loved ones of alcoholics. Check them out, you'll make some friends and get some emotional support.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 26/01 2016 10:17
Get out. Work everyday towards establishing a far more healthy and stable environment to live in.
Positive: 50 %

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