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... i have asked myself wether i want to live like that the rest of my life before. and no i dont want to hear yelling all the time but i cant imagine not being with him because under that he is a really great guy. ... (7 replies)
... Do I want to live like this the rest of my life? ... (7 replies)
Angry Husband!
Mar 15, 2004
... I'm not going to lie to you. Being a single mom is not easy. Although my husband at the time didn't make a lot of money, two incomes are still better than one, and after the separation the kids and I had to adjust our lifestyle tremendously. ... (20 replies)

... Everytime I go into it I just keep getting more upset and angry. I'll try to make it short. ... (5 replies)
... My stepsons were 4 and 11 when my husband and I got married. The youngest, Mack, used to say things like that, and worse, and it drove me crazy. At one point it got so bad that I even dreamed about killing him. ... (25 replies)
Why I get angry
Sep 26, 2010
... First I'd like to commend everyone on this message board that can admit that they have anger issues. ... (0 replies)
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... c i am soo angry and the thing is I dont know why! I love my kids to death and dont want them to see my angry all the time..... ... (14 replies)
... he once told me that he wished his dad and me and his mom and his stepfather could all live in the same house together so he could be with all of us all the time. That is how kids think. They are not capable of thinking in terms of adult love and relationships. ... (25 replies)
... go on lexapro if it doesnt conflict with bi polar. ... (14 replies)
HELP!!!
Sep 12, 2003
... onally abused. It can be just as bad as physical abuse. There are answers, that's positive. But, it will require change on his part. It's never okay or justified to lose control, never. If he continues in this direction, he'll have high blood pressure and possibly other physical health problems. ... (3 replies)
... Twiddling thumbs sounds like an adult "time out", which may not be a bad idea for you to do. I did not witness how you handled it, but your tone does say something about how you deal with confrontation. Do you agree you are angry? ... (18 replies)
Need help!
Apr 10, 2012
... advise. I have been angry for almost 30 years and trust me I'm tired of it. ... (0 replies)
... At work, when you commit yourself to task, do you tend to over extend yourself? ... (18 replies)
... I was glad to see someone finally came in and gave their input. I would just like to share that my husband is SO LOVING. ... (17 replies)
... I'm sorry for your pain. It makes me eternally grateful for the relationship my parents have with my children. They love them as much as I do, and I am glad that they have that. My husband's parents are a different story, but I digress... ... (4 replies)
... I feel that I'm a very angry person for the most part. I am in therapy and have been for about 4 years now. I just wanted to say that to begin with so that you knew when you were reading this. ... (10 replies)
... I'd like to say , that unless its an emotional psychiatric problem that has been diagnosed by a doctor, people can change IF THEY WANT TO. Its all a matter of discipline. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks so much for replying to my post. ... (6 replies)
... Gosh, I'm sorry that you have this issue to deal with. I wouldn't know what that would be like to have a child bigger and stronger than me and to be afraid. I do know that consequences work wonders on behavior. A person just has to get the right consequences and they have to be enforced every time. ... (5 replies)


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