(Closed) Passed Out

posted 9 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
275 posts
Helper bee

Please just make sure he is on his stomach in case he throws up in the night. Not much you can do to move a drunk person if they don’t want to be moved. I don’t think tough love would work so well if he’s really drunk, lol. Just let him sleep it off and keep an eye on him.

Post # 5
1114 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@kkish3:  Sounds like my BF after SuperBowl. He was just going to stay up for a bit to give our dogs some time outside of their crates before coming to bed (we went to a friend’s place to watch the game so the puppies were in their crates for a bit). He said he’d be up to bed in 1/2 hour to 45 minutes. Well 4 hours later and I wake up to my puppy barking because she wants to go outside (if she’s not in her crate, she wants to be outside, until she gets too cold, then she comes in to warm up then heads back outside). We have a bell on the door for her to ring to go out, and she had rung it sveral times with no response so she just started barking. I went downstairs to check on BF and I could barely wake him up. I was not a happy camper. We had a talk the next day about his drinking and he promised, no more cray nights like that.

If he’s your Fiance you must at least have some idea of about what time his classes are and where he goes to school and how long it will take him to get ready then get to class. Could you not set your alarm for about the time you think he needs to get up? Or if you need to get up before him could you set your alarm for when you need to be up then re-set it for when he needs to be up?

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