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... hi I have a problem of depresion turned into anger too, Im on meds( welbutrin 150 xl,xanax 0.5 on afternoons and restoril at night,but Imtaking the restoril whem I wake up because I cant control myself and I wake up angry always like I " i cant fit into my skin" if you know the feeling and theres no one to talk about it, my husband wants me to be a happy, non-complaning wife... (7 replies)
... se symptoms including frequent headaches, depression, fingernail problems, trouble sleeping, constant fatigue, extreme weight gain and as my name suggests, MAJOR anger issues. ... (10 replies)
Angry Husband!
Apr 15, 2004
... about men and myself as well. It may be too late to save the marriage, but at least by me going I'm helping my next relationship and the existing one between my husband and I. I want the divorce to go as smooth as possible and hope oneday we can forgive and forget. ... (20 replies)

... we tackled it as it came and my wife was a real saint. I have back problems and frustration issues so we saw it as the wise choice to have her take care of the kids and I would do what I do which is overcome obsticles in my way. ... (14 replies)
... out the way they did because he is just perfect for me. I can see now that my ex bf and I would have never been happy together and if I hadn't made changes, my husband wouldn't have been attracted to me. ... (10 replies)
... I am generally a happy person, I am greatful for everything in my life and would not trade it for the world. I just feel as though my anger issues and bad moods are not fair to my husband and children. It isn't fair to them that I am constantly yelling and in a foul mood. ... (1 replies)
... He also must admit that he needs help besides the fact he admitted he has a problem. If he won't seek counseling and medical / mental evaluation then honestly I would find a safe place that he don't know about. It's a hard decision but it puts you out of harms way and gets the kids away from the situation (if any are involved). I wish I had admitted to myself that I had a... (3 replies)
... please dont make excuses for his actions. he should never raise his hands to you, shake you or even temp hitting you. this is a big red flag and you need to take this warning before its too late. please seak counceling, speak to a close family member you can trust. dont use stress, or the fact that he isnt a morning person as a excuse for his actions. he may need... (3 replies)
... I was married to a guy I met at school when i was 16 , we 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. Then he started with bad moods, he changed so much I think the pressure of a young family, I worked so... (3 replies)
... I have a thought that perhaps you want to face these issues and resolve them instead of running away from them. ... (22 replies)
... just my opinion as my husband and I have just conquered this. and I say the two of us because we had different styles of communication that didn't work for years. ... (14 replies)
... My husband also gets very angry at the slightest things and alot of days we walk on egg shells around him. Sometimes he yells, throws things and is grouchy and cranky. ... (2 replies)
... sts, you gave an example how the smallest things can set you off and your example described me. The example that I am speaking of, was when you were helping your husband with the laundry and the clothes hangers got all tangled up. You said that something as trivial as that, really pissed you off. ... (53 replies)
... Yeah, basically how bad does your husband's anger have to get before you walk? ... (4 replies)
... I had no unresolved issues with my dad, and I had a very close relationship with him. My mother and I are still very close, in fact she is our childcare provider. ... (4 replies)
... Is this expression of anger a knee jerk reaction that makes you feel better? ... (18 replies)
... I am in therapy and working on my anger. I was reading a thread before I registered and now I can't find it. In this post was a woman ready to leave her husband because of his anger.....totally understandable. ... (5 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)
... d be different, that he'd try to listen to what I had to say instead of jumping the gun and yelling. I finally figured out that there were a number of underlying issues that were stemming from his sudden outrage. ... (17 replies)

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