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... abusuve In Every Sense Of The Word Husband...from The Last Abusive Episode On Me And My 18 Year Old Daughter..which Resulted In An Ambulance I Have Left And Have Filed For A Divorce... ... (7 replies)
... I really feel for you cyndi62765. I couldn't imagine having stayed with my abusive ex for that long. I think you should seek some therapy and start to rebuild your self esteem. ... (7 replies)
... thanks happymom28...you have hit the nail right on the head with your response...these replies have really helped me on this site...i need this type of support i think...and thanks to all of you....keep me in your daily prayers that i always do the right thing and once and for all let him go and move on with my life..its a daily struggle for me....have beautiful day!!!!!!!! (7 replies)

... thank you so much for your reply and concern....i am a very smart person usually excecpt when it come from the matters of the heart...i am going to keep going one day at a time...it has gotten easier then he calls...and the heartache starts all over again...i wish i had the time and the money for counseling for myself and my children but i just dont....it takes everything i... (7 replies)
... I agree with the others. Think of all the abuse he's put you and your children through! When you say you still love him, I believe you honestly do. I'm thinking though it's more on the lines of loving him; caring about what happens. I wouldn't think you'd be in love with him after all that's he's done. They are two completely different types of love. For your sake and... (7 replies)
... do what you have to do to get away from him......your life will be much better. :angel: (7 replies)
... Maybe you don't care enough about yourself, which is okay, because you are only hurting you. But your child has said that she won't speak to you if you allow him to come home. Can you find strength in trying to do the right thing for your daughter? No child should have to grow up in the conditions you described. Is it worth it to you? From what you wrote, I can't see one... (7 replies)
... Hi Cindy: First off I feel for you. I hope this helps but I also know how frustrationg it can be Good luck People on this site are really nice I hope others will help with advice or just to sympathise with you. (7 replies)
... My husband and I have been married for 10 almost 11 years now. ... (6 replies)
... and speak with one of the professors to see if he knows of a good support group and therapist having skills with treating bipolar patients. You could also try calling the psych wing of the teaching hospital associated with the univ. ... (12 replies)
... lp of police many times, only to be discharged after a few days. Cos the doctor didnt find anything wrong with him. I'm not sure about your wife, but somehow, my husband is manupulative. No one out there will know that he has a problem, accept his family members. His recent attack was the worse of all. ... (12 replies)
... Hi. I am very new to this and it is my first post. I'm not quite sure where to start. I have been married for over 7 years and have been with my husband for over 12 years. I would say our relationship has been a very up and down one. When it's good, it's brilliant! ... (9 replies)
... you pick them up and you take them with you right away from this abusive situation......you wouldn't leave them there. ... (6 replies)
... I have been with my husband for twenty years. Most of the time our relationship is fine. However a few times a year he has, what I can only describe as, strange episodes. ... (1 replies)
... worst because of the strict ways he has to be while on duty. SINCE he has done this before, you have to remember you have a son now to take care of, being in an abusive relationship isn't healthy for you nor your son, if you stay with him, you are teaching your son to disrespect women, do you want that to happen? ... (14 replies)
... I don't even know where to start... My husband is the love of my life... I met him when I was 17, big love, first love... he moved to US... ... (7 replies)
... My husband is bipolar. He went off his meds last Fall and all his anger issues surfaced to the point of police intervention. I thought he was going to kill me. ... (5 replies)
... Just a thought, maybe he's bipolar. Or maybe he's just flat out abusive, and i mean emotionally as well as anything else. With someone with those problems, you really have to consider if it's worth it to stay with him. I mean what is he going to do next? I've seen some of my friends in that kind of relationship, but luckily some of them had some epiphany moment after a... (12 replies)
... I know what it's like to think you can't leave. But you have to for you and your kids it's gonna be hard but belive me it can be done it has been done many of times woman have left that relationship. You can't keep letting your kids see that or hear that casue belive me they do hear it and you don't want them to think it's ok to do that or have that done to them. He treats... (11 replies)
... I feel so stuck. I have been with my husband for almost 18 years. Pretty much most of them have been some form of abuse whether physical or verbal. ... (53 replies)


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