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What do you do if your partner’s partying habits become too much?

Cupid’s Advice:

Having fun is one thing, while being addicted to partying on a consistent basis is quite another.  Cupid has some suggestions on what you should do if your partner’s partying ways become too much:

1. Evaluate: The first and foremost thing you need to do is assess the situation.  Is your significant other just partying more than you would, or does he or she truly have a problem?  Either way, if it makes you uncomfortable, it’s something you need to confront.

2. Hint: Before coming right out and telling your honey that he or she is a party hound and you can’t handle it, try a subtle approach first.  If your partner has plans to go to the bar on the weekend, suggest going to dinner and a movie instead.  If he or she is planning to hop on a booze cruise, suggest a tamer dinner cruise instead.  There are many ways to get your point across without coming right out and embarrassing your significant other.

3. If all else fails, be blunt: Sometimes the best thing you can do is come right out and tell your partner that he or she is partying too much, and it’s making you uncomfortable.  Often times, your partner may not have known that what he or she is doing is affecting you.  Once it’s out in the open, you can work on coming up with a solution.

How did you deal with your partner’s partying ways? Share your experience below.