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... I've been married to my husband for a year and a half. We got married soon after meeting. I love him to death. I've been in abusive relationships in the past, giving me insecurities and lack of trust. My husband has never given me reason that I should not trust him. ... (9 replies)
My marriage
May 4, 2012
... you have a mental illness and drug side effects that kicked you HARD when you were down and your husband lost his kids and his ability to support himself, plus he's a continent away from his family and that support system. ... (5 replies)
... Circles - I can relate to the emotionally abuse as I went through that along with the mental abuse with my first husband. Do not let him get the upper hand with that. Keep getting the PO's if for nothing else but for evidence for visitation rights. Keep all voice mail messages and do not erase. If you have to go out and buy a recorder so that anytime he calls, just start... (16 replies)

What should I do?
Nov 25, 2007
... I've been separated from my husband for several months because of his emotional and verbal abuse. Doctors think he is either bipolar or borderline personality disorder but he refuse to get help. It has been a nightmare living with him and me and our child feel better since we left him. ... (6 replies)
... Sacee and Jenn thanks for posting. Sacee you stated that you have put your husband in harms way before and were sorry for doing so. When you are in a rage do you actually remember the things you did? ... (16 replies)
... Circles - I have to chime in here with my two cents. I am BP also and am with the rest of the group. I don't get violent however, I get filled with rage but keep it inside. I tell my pdoc all the time. I take Depokote and something that did happen with me was that you have to have a blood level check every six weeks or so. The last time I had mine checked, the pdoc... (16 replies)
... and they have nothing to do with you. If she's bipolar she needs to see a doctor. ... (22 replies)
... You said you wanted another male's opinion, so I thought I would respond but it's basically just to echo what's already being said. Your husband, sorry to say, sounds like a horrible person who treats you like dirt. He's abusive both verbally - calling you a liar etc - and physically - slapping you. He's controlling - won't let you work outside 9-5, won't let you spend... (81 replies)
... thanks 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 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 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)
... I have been seperated from my husband for several months. He was really verbally and emotionally abusive as well as neglectful. ... (9 replies)
... to take the meds prescriped. Is denial common and how often do doctors misdiagnose people. Also, how often do people experience the extremes. She just lost her abusive husband five months ago and I am concerned that my father may be in way over his head. ... (3 replies)
... Since I was a kid, she has been emotionally, physically, and mentally abusive towards me. She has never been able to go more than a few days without getting angry about something. ... (47 replies)
... i feel the same way. i have finally taken more than i can handle. for years i was blinded by my own ignorance, and never realized i was in an abusive relationship.... untill about a year and a half ago. ... (9 replies)

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