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... I'm new to this board but I had a pretty bad situation tonight that resulted in an intense emotion of anger that came upon me. First off, I have a 2 and a half year old that is hard to control. ... (3 replies)
... I have a husband that gets tired very easily from work and sometimes says stupid things, like "Why don't you ever serve macoroni and cheese with the main dish? ... (8 replies)
... Honestly Rach, in my experience, some people are just crazy like that. A good friend of mine had a husband that we had a falling out with about stupid stuff like that. He flew off the handle and said ridiculous things and behavied stupidly. ... (3 replies)

... yelling and venting at you because you're the only one who will listen to him IS being abusive, and the fact that you're making excuses for him shows just how far he's beaten you down already. And you don't want him to end up like his dad? He already is.....take off the blinders. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Don't try to be a hero and save this one....just... (22 replies)
... But seemy problem is not as bad as some women, with abusive husbands. My bf only has anger problems, he is not abusive towards me in any way. ... (22 replies)
... I can't find the words to tell you how sorry I am for you. You have been abused by every male in your life from the top to the bottom. You seem very strong and I agree with the other poster....you definitely need counseling. There are people willing to help you for a minimal cost if that should be a problem. Go to a hospital and ask if someone there can help you. The... (12 replies)
... Sorry for the mess your in. First, I'll ask why do you let him take his anger out on you? ... (1 replies)
... Hi, Thanks for the long and helpful response. It's comforting to know that she isn't the ONLY child that does this, she's a CHILD and most children act this way. I KNEW that but you forget sometimes because I get so mad that she won't listen to me. I think I wll get a babysitter for times when I go shopping, and I wont take her out to eat anymore because she cries most of... (3 replies)
... yr old having an anger problem are slim. Did you go out to eat late? ... (3 replies)
... Hi Neural I agree with Arggg - see a neurologist. Also, have you seen a psychiatrist? Not a counsellor or psychologist - big, big difference. A psychiatrist can prescribe medication, while the others can't. I have had a rage problem, nothing like yours, but bad enough to lose friends and family, for a little less than thirty years. I took a whole lot of psychology classes at... (6 replies)
... I know I am actually angry and what I'm actually angry about, that deep underlying reason I'm upset and it is REAL. I just generally don't handle my problems the way I do now. I am ashamed of my behavior even when alone because we can not take our actions back. I'll throw a tantrum and then not talk for days because.. ... (1 replies)
My Poor Spouse
Jul 24, 2008
... I am 30 years old. I came from a broken family, and my father had extreme anger issues stemming from what I though was sexual abuse and dyslexia issues. ... (3 replies)
... My husband has always had some anger issues. He has gotten much better since I met him almost 4 years ago. ... (1 replies)
... and then listening to your friends problems all the time? ... (35 replies)
... dated for two years then I bought a house at 18 he moved in, we married at 20 and had two kids by 22. All was great he was loving and kind, funny a great guy no problems at all, life was good everyone liked him. ... (3 replies)
... I've been with my husband for 16 years, married for 13. Fifteen of those years have been relatively anger free until this year. ... (3 replies)
... Only you know the details of your very specific problems and it would be unfair for anyone to give you advice that you haven't asked for, like "Leave him!!!" or "for the sake of your child". ... (22 replies)
... Personally I think you need to address this by seeing a pdoc. You may have a chemical imbalance that causes you to react the way you do. My husband has huge anger problems but has bp/bpd. He smashes things and rages but does not hurt himself. He does do impuslive things without realizing the consquences. Due to this we do not live together and are facing divorce. He has... (44 replies)
... we had this problem before I got pregnant and during the pregnancy he put in depression by the things he said to me. during the birth he wouldn't help any. till this day he doesn't think that the baby is his responsablity its either mine or his moms. He and his family is self employed so he flips out on everyone. Blames everyone if something goes wrong when he is the one... (22 replies)
... you say that your husband has been getting angry for the past 2 years, which would just about cover your pregnancy and then the birth and first year of your child's life, is there a connection? did you have problems during pregnancy or giving birth that could have made him feel helpless or excluded, or could his frustration have something to do with a lack of intimate... (22 replies)


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