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31 Oct 2006

Husbands strange behaviour getting worse
hi again,

well i had a bad day yesterday so was not in a good mood last night. ended up fighting with my hubby.

he called me a -|- ing bitch. anyway this all happened in front of my father in law which just made it worse. so i turned and walked out the room. he came out about 2 minutes later and said we were going home... so i think in the space of those 2 minutes my father in law must have said something to him thinking he was helping but just made the situation worse.

we didnt talk on the drive home and when we got home he said if i ever belittle him in public again he is going to leave me. So i told him if he ever threatens to leave me again hes not going to get the chance to leave me as IM gonna leave HIM!

any way spent the rest of the night ignoring each other. If he came into a room i went into another room and closed the door, very childish i know but was just so furious didnt trust myself to speak.

Anyway. usually when we fight he gets very quiet and gives me the silent treatment until i eventually crack and go make friends with him, but not last night. Thats the first time he has ever swore at me.

i eventually went to bed, he was already in bed and he wrapped his arms around me!!! and said im so sorry!!! then the whole night he kept waking me up saying you forgive me dont you? i love you you know that.. you forgive me dont you?

normally when we fight i cant touch him it just makes the situation worse..

Im starting to think something bad is going on here.. the excessive attention, the drastic character change..

before he couldnt even say he wanted kids now hes talking about when we have a baby!

i really do think something bad is going on.. what if hes having an affair?? i dont want to sound paranoid but i dont know what else to think!
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CyberShrink
cybershrink

01 Jan 0001

marriage counselling an option ? Something is troubling him, but it doesn't particularly sound like an affair. kat's comments, and others, seem useful.
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