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Angry Husband!
Mar 16, 2004
... Yes that is abuse. It's called emotional abuse. That is awful torture to put yourself through. That is one hard abuse to recover from to. And if that's what you go through, I wonder how your kids are treated by him if they don't do something right or when they're learning something. Does he tell them what a loser they are or they're no good for anything or anything like... (20 replies)
Angry Husband!
Mar 16, 2004
... Some of what you say sounds familiar. Continue to surround yourself with all this hurtful talk is going to make you ill if it has not already. Don't try to change him because he is who he is. When he talks down to you that's one way to try to keep the woman passive and subserviant. Don't buy into his cruelty. Your kids are one thing but you have value as a human being and... (20 replies)
Angry Husband!
Mar 15, 2004
... My husband told me last week that he wasn't attracted to me and didn't love me anymore. ... (20 replies)

... xic people. He sounds like he is narcisstic which is a person who thinks only about himself. Don't expect too much from him. Don't isolate yourself or listen to negative things your brother says to you. I'm glad you have a therapist and can find emotional healing. ... (21 replies)
... I feel so horrible because part of the problem with my estranged husband was the constant screaming and yelling and verbal abuse. Now I feel like I'm turning into the abuser and I don't want to hurt my children! ... (3 replies)
... Your husband reminds me alot of my father. Everything I did always seemed to be a problem for him. Nothing was ever good enough. ... (6 replies)
Deeper Issues?
Sep 29, 2008
... ble in my life, and I have a great marriage. Yet NOTHING I have ever done has been good enough for my mother. Yet my sister who was pregnant before her and her husband marriage, has abused alcohol and drugs in the past and just received an associates degree at age 35, has always been my mothers favorite. ... (3 replies)
... I was just reading your original post again. You mention she gets physically violent. I'm sure it's tough being in your situation as a man dealing with that. My husband used to deal with that from his ex wife. He left her because of that. ... (10 replies)
... and to feel real sadness is something we all must do at times to it is normal if your baby dies you are going to feel real real bad, if your favorite family pet, husband or wife die the same, but isn't that normal rather then abnormal. ... (10 replies)
... Actually, we are already doing all those things. My husband is very stoic, and has anything but negative thinking. Understand that he is getting 4 hours of sleep, working 10 hours a day, taking care of an infant and me and preparing for this massive project. ... (2 replies)
... think of the positive..your wonderful husband and beautiful child. Think, every day, how blessed you are with what you have. Best of life... ... (3 replies)
... are just negative people and you don't need to have them in your life. They seem to bring you down and do nothing to help you grow as a person. I am 58 and my husband is 55 and we have a great relationship! ... (7 replies)
Anger and Abuse
Dec 18, 2005
... beat my children but I have lashed out in anger to spank their butts and then I realized OMG I am living what I learned and decided I HAD to break the cycle. My husband would provoke me to the point I wanted to hit him and then one day....I did! I felt that the only way for him to see how much I was hurt was to hurt him. ... (8 replies)
Soooo Angrry
Oct 22, 2005
... Yes! I have a HUGE need to speak up for my rights, but then I get labelled as "negative" or an agitator. People come to me because they know I will stand up for them, but then they back down and leave me swinging! When people are rude or totally inconsiderate - I'm the one that gets yelled at because I stand up to them. "You don't have to get angry!" Even in a store, the... (8 replies)
... All of you are right. Their are many emotions I go through. I realize she is lonely. She has to be since she alienates everyone with her antics. She always treated my mother like she was worthless. My mother and father divorced years ago. And my father now has a serious girlfriend and she has almost destroyed her with her words and actions. She tells my dad that his girlfriend... (8 replies)
... HELP!!! my ex husband is a royal pain. ... (0 replies)
... yourself. I used to have bad dreams about that job. No job, no amount of pay is worth it. There is no reason you need to subject yourself to it. Lean on your husband for support. Think of your well being and your life. ... (18 replies)
... at I am 41 now and moving out of the age range where I will automatically get attention from men. I admit I have been immature with this one. I am so sorry for negative comments I made about being too skinny, etc., it was done as an angry backlash. ... (24 replies)
... ent and I can tell you that I stay away from the cronic complainers. In that post, you said you stopped reporting your complaints alternating positive news with negative news. ... (24 replies)
... You are already on your way simply by taking responsibility for your actions and working out what the negative thinking is. ... (53 replies)


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