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... 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)
... 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)
... The majority of men I know do not get angry like that. My husband has anger issues and used to go beserk over small things.. like the slow internet.. ... (6 replies)

... why he is like he is. Maybe you need to understand that part of him. When he is willing to share that information. You may already know why he's like he is being with him for 2. ... (7 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)
... I am going through this problem, with my bf. He is not physically violent towards me, but he gets mad at the littlest things. ... (22 replies)
... 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)
... I live with an angry husband who is very loud and gets ticked at the stupidist things. Sometimes I wonder what it would be like to live without him. ... (7 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 have a thought that perhaps you want to face these issues and resolve them instead of running away from them. ... (22 replies)
... hedule slipping. I get angry. I feel like if I could just have a few mins. I could get this post out and move on. But I have to keep stopping for the same things with them. And I get so AGGITATED. I start out really calm. Saying all the right things a mom should say. Handle it well. ... (11 replies)
... My husband has always had some anger issues. He has gotten much better since I met him almost 4 years ago. ... (1 replies)
... RitaF, If you truly love your husband you'll get help. It's not called a phychward because you're crazy, that's an instition. It's called that because it deals with psychological issues. ... (53 replies)
... Me and husband have been together 3 and half years. I am 30 and he is 36. ... (10 replies)
... In answer to your question regarding anger, well, my husband says I'm ok as long as everything goes the way I want them to which's true up to a certain extent. ... (32 replies)
... I agree with Marshmellow. ... (14 replies)
... Nobody here can really help you. We can share experiences with you, share what we think it might be, but in the end, unless you go to a doctor, you are not going to get help and the rage will get worse. ... (53 replies)
Anger issues
Feb 19, 2007
... that one area. My husband, however, is an adult and he does eat nuts in the living room where he does leave a small mess on the floor. I am a stayhome mom. My husband works and cooks the meals. I clean up. It would never enter my mind to tell him to eat at the table. ... (23 replies)
... k of a "control showdown" as the parents wanting to show the child that they are in control and that they are going to win and this becomes the goal. I realized with my own children when they were two that there are other ways to get the child to do what you want without having a conflict of wills. ... (5 replies)




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