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anger-self-induced isolation-criticism-negativity
August 14, 2001
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jester
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Wow,

I think I got it all:anger-self-induced isolation-criticism-negativity.

I will go for a day or two where I don't talk to my wife because I am so angry and negative. Often, there is absolutely no reason for it.

It gets to where I encourage her to leave me because of my problems. All that comes out of my mouth is negative.

This pull to the dark side or the 'I am an island' mentality has been with me since my first memories. I don't know how to break out of it. I find it impossible to go over to her. It is like I am waiting to be rescued.

Any suggestions?

August 15, 2001
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you truely sound like my husband. He will come home from work and look like i look going to work (normally). He will go a couple of days and not say a word to me. But pointedly talk to the kids and be nice to them. I in turn search deep down to try to remember what I said did didn't do to trigger that mood... He doesn't say to me I want you to leave but he does do really stupid things that would make some one want to leave... I am interested in what you have to say about that I think something is in there that causes him to do these things let me know what is going on with you k

August 20, 2001
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Jester,
You need a better way to deal with your anger. Ignoring your spouse for long periods of time is not healthy.... find out more about your passive agressive tendencies. Counseling may help if you are really determined to lose the anger and be happy in your relationship.
Check out http://www.passiveagressive.ho.....estead.com

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