My boyfriend is 33 years old.He drinks ewery day at least 2-6 cans of beer and many times some whiskey on top.I cant support it and not one time I was tried to speak with him but he answers because ...
All you can do is let him know that you are concerned, and that if he seeks help, you will support him. However, you and your baby are just as important, if not more so, and you need to start thinking about YOUR life and your baby's future, and those may not include your boyfriend. He is not taking fatherhood very seriously, so you need to start looking at what you want for you and your baby. If you have family or another place that you can go, I wish you would consider looking into the possibility of living elsewhere for a while. He needs to know that you are serious. His drinking will hurt you financially, emotionally, and your baby will grow up watching his father behave that way. You want your child to be proud of his father, grow up knowing what it means to be a good and responsible person and your baby will be happier and healthier away from negative influences.
Just keep all this in mind. The main thing you have to remember is that you cannot help your boyfriend unless he wants help for himself and he is ready and willing to get that help. It doesn't sound like he has hit that point yet. YOU are a lovely person, and you deserve as much care and concern as you are giving your boyfriend.
I wish you nothing but the best in this. Please, let us know how you are doing. We tend to worry!!