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    Default My husband is a d$@k

    Seriously he is a cranky old man. He's always so negative and just nasty. Does age make people worse or is it just him I wonder. I am seriously sitting here thinking what a freaking douche he is

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    Definitely not age - age makes people better generally.


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    Yeah it can do. But its no excuse.

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    I look at his dad and his dad's the same. But there is no way I can wait around like his mum has

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patience Belmont View Post
    I look at his dad and his dad's the same. But there is no way I can wait around like his mum has
    I felt like that about my xh. Hugs

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    I feel surprisingly ok. I deserve better and if he isn't going to get help I can't wait around

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    Oh my I think your married to my husband. Cranky miserable prick he is.

    I have no advice as I really don't know how to deal with him. Truthfully I actually think he has mental problems. Very obvious highs ( ADHD like ) and obvious lows ( quiet & withdrawn )

    I love him dearly but it's getting unbearable. I feel for you I really do xx

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    I didn't know my husband had another wife!!! 😝 u just described mind to a T, unless it involves one of his hobbies nothing gets done....I did a 600klm round trip today for work & he can't even cook dinner....

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    My husband has bi polar which we have dealt with. For years, however he isn't willing to talk to his doctor about changing or altering medication, going to see a counsellor or anything positive and I'm only 29, I can't deal with it anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patience Belmont View Post
    My husband has bi polar which we have dealt with. For years, however he isn't willing to talk to his doctor about changing or altering medication, going to see a counsellor or anything positive and I'm only 29, I can't deal with it anymore
    That's really sad. I'm assuming you've told him how you feel ?


 

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