Cupid's Pulse Article: Report: Scott Disick Was Hospitalized for Alcohol PoisoningCupid's Pulse Article: Report: Scott Disick Was Hospitalized for Alcohol Poisoning

By Sanetra Richards

Blame it on the alcohol. Scott Disick can owe it all to exactly that for his recent hospital stay. According to, the reality star was reportedly hospitalized for alcohol poisoning during his belated birthday bash on June 22nd. Kourtney Kardashian’s longtime love and father of two, partied and had several drinks at the Hamptons nightclub 1Oak before being treated at Southampton Hospital. A source stated Disick “went through a dark place” after losing both parents within the past year, but, “is doing great now.”

What do you do if you think your partner drinks too much?

Cupid’s Advice:

You have been noticing something strange going on with your partner lately . . . they have been looking to a bottle for an answer and comfort. You want to tell them, however, there is no easy way to go about it. One wrong thing could trigger an uproar. Cupid has some tips to get you there properly:

1. Be honest: Inform your partner of your realization, but be very careful with your approach. Avoid being offensive. Maybe comment on their lack of activity lately by saying you have not seen them doing their favorite hobby since they have started heavily drinking. Maybe even let them know you are concerned about their health. The main goal is to be empathetic at all times.

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2. Console them: Behind it all, there is a reason why they constantly seek to drink. It comforts them for the time being. Ask questions in regards to what they may be battling internally that drives them to the bottle. They could very well be heavily drinking without noticing. Help your significant other understand what is causing it and why.

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3. Seek help: One of the final and most important steps to act on if you think your partner drinks too much, is getting them the help they may need. Of course, they will have to agree to it. You can try to be as supportive as possible, but they will only change their behavior if they truly believe it is problem worth solving.

How do you deal with an excessive drinker in a relationship? Share your suggestions below.