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This was my question a couple of days ago.  Thank you all for your support and wonderful answers.  You are all right in everything you said.  

 What should I do??my husband has this friend.  He happens to be an ace mechanic and also an alcoholic.  My husband is so dry its not even funny.  How he is friends with this person I have no clue.  Anyway, this friend of his, my husband wants him over Christmas Eve (fine with me) but wants him to sleep over and be with us Christmas Day.  I just cant.  I wont.  Husband and I are now in heated argument over this.  I just dont know what I should do.  I gave ultimatum.......him or me for Christmas.  Was I wrong? This guy has no family (well he does) but chooses not to associate with them.  I think because he doesnt want them to know he drinks like he does.  This guy crashes and drools from being drunk.  It's disgusting.  I dont want to be around that during the holidays.  HELP!!!  

RESULT :  His friend didnt sleep over but not because of my insistance that he didnt. For that I am still a bit unnerved. In fact, we didnt see him at all over the holiday.  Reason being, the alcoholic's wife (they are separated but not legally) apparently got in a fight with her sister (where she lives) and had no place to go.  So she and the kids moved in with him in his apartment.  My son said I should accept a "victory" any way it comes.



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