Gayle, I am so mad at your hubby until I could bite a ten-penny nail in two! The only thing that I can say is "your a better woman" than I am. He has absolutely no right to verbally abuse you and that is exactly what he's doing. Does he treat other people the way he does you? You are going through so much now, both mentally & physically and you need all the support you can get from him. He's suppose to be your partner, the one who has your back and from where I sit he's not living up to his end of the vows. I don't know about you, but when I got married I agreed to take care of my husband in sickness and health.gaylejackson2 wrote: ↑Fri Oct 11, 2019 8:31 pm
Dh was significantly more grumpy going out & coming back this time. **One minute he's telling me how worried be’s been for me, then 10 minutes later he’s growling at me for being “argumentative, bitchy, mean, rude, etc.” Then I cry, then 30 minutes later he apologizes. REPEAT** Oh yeah, so much fun!!
I have always felt that a person really means what they say when they verbally voice it out loud. I know the bible says to turn the other cheek, but this is ridiculous. He hurts your feelings, makes you cry and then has the nerve to say "I'm sorry", then repeats it again. I don't believe a word of what he's saying, he's not sorry or he wouldn't do it again.
You are in a situation with five kids that are seeing him mistreat their Mother, what kind of example is that for his boys who will someday have wives themselves? I am really sad for you and you are in my prayers. I probably should keep my mouth shut, but I just couldn't.