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Kcolb

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So, i was on here last years bc my husband of almost 19 years had finally found my breaking point(or so i thought). I kicked him out of the house for a few months and he did counseling sessions and all and then begged me to come home. His abuse is verbal...toward me, our daughter and occassionally our son. "Sticks and stones" is not a thing with verbal abuse bc it does hurt in many ways. This week has been crazy! It started with my husband accussing me of faking my sickness (double kidney infection) and telling me "it's all in your head". I have a disease for which my medications cause a lowered immune system, so I am sick a lot and sometimes so bad it is hard to get out of bed. I understand he is tired of it, but doesnt he think I am too? This makes me feel like I am unimportant especially when I am ridiculed for not wanting to cook for him while sick and he is just sitting on the couch! I never sit down or rest unless I am extremely sick...like the other day. I am really concerned about not having a loving spouse to help me...but at this point, i would rather just be single for the rest of my life!

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Bennu

(((hugs))) Yup, that's why I left.

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hoping

He either has a major problem with his thinking or he is deliberately being abusive to get you to cook for him. No matter what his reason is, It is still very painful to live in that situation. I hope if you choose, to find a way out again. I don't see that he has changed since you came back and therapy can even make some of them worse. Hugs

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