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May 5, 2011
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I am very new to posting personal thoughts, but I feel I really need to speak to someone.  My husband and I have been married for 14 yrs. and we have three children together.  Our family is very close and loving, but my husband has a bad habit of verbally abusing us.  Years ago he used to physically abuse me, but he longer does, because I started fighting back.  I love my husband very much and I consider him my best friend.  He calls me names, tells me I am stupid, if I make spagetti and meatballs, he is not happy because he would rather have the meat ground.  Last night I made roast with potatoes, vegetables and brown rice, and he started yelling at me because when his friend and him came in from working on their go carts around 8 pm and I had kids in the bath, but I did not have bowls and silverware out for them.  Is this normal?  He says he loves me so much, but how could he really if these petty things make him so angry. Please help with any advise, I feel like just ........ running!!!

May 18, 2011
10:29 pm
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There are number of marriage counseling tips accessible for strengthening marriage relationships. The experienced

marriage counselors suggest us as a means of improving your relation with your partner.

July 27, 2011
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Nothing to worry about...Just seek a counsellor for your finding out your solutions...Things will better and has to be better when You both are in so much in LOVE 🙂

 

Marriage counseling treats couples in which one or both partners are experiencingdepression. This approach focuses on building relationship skills and behavioral patterns, as behavior can usually be changed more readily than emotions, and oftentimes a change in affect follows a change in behavior. The evidence for improvement in couple relationshipsmay favor the choice of marriage counseling when relational distress is a major problem....

 

Regards
 Kaynaz.

September 25, 2012
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I will not suggest you to have marriage counseling because you have stated that you both love each other and don’t want to leave each other. Then I suggest you to have a proper idea what he really wants and discuss him why he is doing this with you or you won’t tolerate all this now and take action against it.

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