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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)
... 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)

... could have a huge argument and then 20 minutes later he is all over me wanting to fool around. However, as soon as things are finished he is even more mentally abusive to me. ... (6 replies)
... I know exactly what you are going through, I have been with my bipolar significant other for over two years. It has been a rollercoaster ride, all it takes is a little screw up on his meds and he's in Mania again. ... (28 replies)
... I have lived with both because my foster son has bipolar disorder and my exW has BPD. ... (12 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 understand how you're feeling.. I'm from Malaysia and this illness is not well accepted by the public. It will be great if there is a kinda counselling/support group who can help us deal with this. I went thru hell for the past year, when my husband stopped taking/refused to take his medication. Then he started drinking and got abusive, even in front of the kids. I have 2... (12 replies)
... I started dating someone with bipolar disorder back in April. ... (8 replies)
... Dear All, 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... didn't heard about him 25 years when he found me again, asked me to merry him at Romeo and Juliet's balcony in Verona, I... accepted and here I am. In US with a stranger... He used to be the sweetest man, a little gelous, a... (7 replies)
... ect it at the kids. He has told my daughter he hates her and wishes she had been aborted. He also woke up in the morning and quit his job which he loved. This abusive behaviour frightens me and the kids and we are forever walking on eggshells. ... (1 replies)
... inch. I'm afraid Aunt is going to get more verbally abusive. I want them both to get help. I know most of my family has mood issues including several that are bipolar and being treated successfully. Aunt refuses to acknowledge she needs help and continues to isolate herself. ... (0 replies)
... re things away from him that he could and should do for himself and I am more bothered how my interfering will make him feel. A question do people suffering from Bipolar lie? ... (10 replies)
... How do you leave an abusive relationship when the abuser is SO GOOD at convincing you it's your fault, that he'll change and all that good stuff that you read about in psych books. ... (5 replies)
... I know for a fact he would not go to councilling-he doesn't think he has issues. The thing that fogs my judgements are being 62 & not working & starting over on another path in this situation seems daunting. I don't have much more patience or respect towards him at the point I am at now. I won't just dive out without some careful planning because if I go I won't be coming... (13 replies)
... Thanks for the update! Will you and he agree to go to counseling? If there are some mental issues (bipolar you stated) with your husband, is he willing to go for treatment (counseling and/or medication)? Do you want to stay if things change for the better? (13 replies)
Bipolar disorder
May 25, 2010
... you shouldn't take it anymore..... if she's not willing to get treatment and get better, she's just dragging you down with her. i was married to an unmedicated bi-polar man for 10 years. he was in denial, he didn't have a problem.....he was abusive, manipulative, and downright mean and nasty at times. I would advise anyone involved with an unmedicated bi-polar person to... (13 replies)
Bipolar problems
Dec 10, 2009
... However, I don't know how many abusive cancer patients I would put up with either. I feel like she is looking to assign blame, be excused for bad behavior and blame it on BP. ... (0 replies)
... Digmusic, I see your point and know that's true. Once when my son was in rehab, she told him she went back with her old boyfriend, who was abusive. It really set my son to worrying. When he got out of rehab, she told him, "I was just kidding. I didn't cheat on you." To me, it doesn't matter if she did or didn't; what a cruel thing to tell someone in rehab. It took the... (26 replies)
... spouse is doing to them. A friend of mine was in an abusive realtionship for two years and none of us who worked with her knew about it! ... (5 replies)


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