There is no doubt that you clearly show signs of being an alcoholic. Not of becoming one, but of being one right now. The proof of that is your total refusal to stop drinking even though you clearly know that it is affecting your health in a negative way. Look up alcoholism on Wikipedia and you will see yourself. You not only refuse to stop even though you already have a fatty liver, but you plan on continuing to drink for years yet. And the amount you are drinking is outrageous on a daily basis. A woman should not drink more than one drink a day and men can have two safely on a daily basis according to the experts and you are drinking nine times that amount.
You don't know how many alcoholics I have talked to at my transplant clinic while I waited on a transplant for 18 months of people just like yourself who destroyed their liver and now was facing death from it. Some made it, but many more didn't. It's extremely hard for an alcoholic to get a transplant since there are extra requirements for them. They first must go through 6 months of detox under the care of a doctor before they will even begin to talk to them about getting one to save their life and they can never drink alcohol again for the rest of their life. By the time they make it to a transplant center, many are either too sick to survive the surgery and will be denied one or maybe they don't even have 6 months left to live. This is what you will be facing in your future if you don't wake up and start facing your very real problem of alcohol abuse. All those people waiting on transplants started out with a fatty liver too. Then on top of it all, you have another disease that can make it even worse. That means your liver failure is just going to come much quicker when you drink on top of having a disease.
I might also add that it's very common to experience no signs or symptoms at all that there is a liver problem or even severe liver damage until the disease is aleady far advanced and too late to save the liver. I had advanced cirrhosis and had no clue at all anything was wrong until 90% of my liver was already destroyed with scar tissue. Alcohol abuse is just one of many reasons a person can develop cirrhosis of the liver. I never had any pain and my liver was that damaged before any sign of liver failure showed up.
You need to wake up sweetie and face what is really happening to you. If you really think you are not an alcoholic, test yourself and see if you can manage to go 3 months with not drinking any alcohol at all and be fine with that. People who are not alcoholics can easily do that. I haven't had a drink in well over 10 years and I do miss a cold beer every now and then in the summer, but I get over it. Dying of cirrhosis is a very slow miserable way to die. Let's hope you never have to experience that yourself. Let's hope when you do want children that they will be born from a healthy sober mother who doesn't need to take 9 shots of hard booze on a daily basis to "relax." Very lame excuse by the way. And even more important, let's hope you never get pregnant and drink like you do now because you are going to damage your children for life with having learning disbilities and many other problems. You need to straighten up now before that ever happens.
I'm a nurse who had cirrhosis of the liver from a biliary disease and received a liver transplant.