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insecure hubby
December 21, 2005
3:25 pm
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gabby24
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help, ive been married a long time over 14 yrs to my husb he still gets jealous if a man looks at me , not good, he has anger issues. he waits until we get home and then yells at me, i think hes dellusional . he wont see a counselor, he doesnt go to chuirch anymore. help

December 21, 2005
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hi gabby, have you tried posting this question on the "support" side of this group, you may get more answeres over there.

Out of the 14 years, has he always been like this???? sounds like he may need some "anger managment" counseling, but not sure if he would be willing for any type of counseling.

What happens when YOU tell him that you don't like when he treats you like this??? does he really care???

keep posting (((camer)))

December 23, 2005
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Sounds like a nightmare - getting an earfull over stuff you can't control.

He may actually need a different kind of counseling focusing more on power and control issues with women rather than anger management which just teaches you how to process anger and cue into it earlier so you don't get out of control.

Sounds like he has deep rooted issues with his own self-esteem and women that may need a different approach.

Stay safe - he may escalate.

Hope

December 23, 2005
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Gabby21:

I agree w/ the others. Anger issues can be hard to read. They can also get way out of hand and by the time he may realize it he may have gone further than he intended. Please be careful. If he won't go to counseling then you go yourself. The Counselor will help you on dealing w/ his anger. If he gets into one of his tyraids then leave. Do not stay and try to control him or not even stay out of his way. Leave.

Be safe

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