If you or she are of legal drinking age yes.
No. Your spouse can receive them and you can receive them, but you have no right to theirs.
Alcoholics can manipulate a spouse through the use of guilt, shame and other emotions.
I haven't see that feature, but ask your agent.
the success rate is very low
Each individual woman who leaves her alcoholic spouse feels differently. Some women still love their husbands, but can't take seeing them drunk; possibly losing jobs because of it or costing them friends. Some women are happy they have left an alcoholic spouse because they may have been verbally or physically abused. Then there are some women who are elated to be rid of their alcoholic spouse. If children are involved it can cause financial stress on the woman trying to raise them if the alcoholic husband can not hold down a job; in and out of jail or spends most of their time in a bar. This leaves the woman to find work (some women may have little experience in the workforce) and it is a struggle, but many women manage to get through it. It far better to take the children out of such an environment.
yes as long as the club, restaurant, or bar allows you to and you have to be in direct view of your spouse and ur spouse has to order it
Perhaps, if the spouse who is 59 and a half is the principle owner, contact them, or read the conditions.
"gikei (義兄)" or "giri no ani (義理の兄)" for a brother in law who married to your older sister or who is your spouse's older brother. "gitei (義弟)" or "giri no otouto (義理の弟)" for a brother in law who married to your younger sister or who is your spouse's younger brother.
I'd say your life sucks.
Younger people respect their parents' wishes when choosing a spouse.
Find someone that exceeds your previous spouse's qualities- in other words, find someone who is far better, sweeter, kinder, more loving- than them. Dating someone younger would also make them angry- and you, happy. =)
If your spouse is going through a mid life crisis the signs are: Changing their hair style; more up-to-date clothing or clothing they would not generally wear and often will buy clothing meant for the younger people; possible face surgery or plastic surgery to other parts of the body; hanging around with people younger than themselves.