Narcissistic personality disorder NPD. I tried for 15 years with my husband and it just didn't ever get normal. As writer Martha Beck per Oprah.com said they only know 'spider love' where they wrap you the victim fly in their web and suck out of you when they need and you the fly have to always live in fear and dishonesty!View Thread
You are in denial, I was too. Stacy I'm 56 and have been there done that wore the t-shirt boots hat and coat! They mean well and you want to except that they mean well but they have inner turmoil and you don't want to listen to what I'm saying it's not extreme. I'm sorry but by you always going on this site and venting means your spirit isn't happy with him and you can't see it now. You may need to go through a little more turmoil with him. I wish you well!View Thread
also you don't know if he's really at the auto shop friends. I'm finding out truths that were lies that he told. They do what their SELF wants at the time it wants it, with no regard to you and your feelings!View Thread
15 years ago I married a man that sounds like your man. One child 14 and now divorcing that man. I tried everything to make our marriage work, I believe I'm a loving kind person and he just took took took! He is an abuser of the verbal kind. He's 50 and started acting like he is having a mid-life crisis and he started heavily drinking and then hit me and shoved my 14 year old daughter. PLEASE GET OUT NOW! It will only get worse! You could become the next 48 hrs show victim or anything else for that matter. Love yourself and leave the relationship nothing helped ours (he's a resigned pastor). My soon to be ex is a classic narcissistic personality disorder. These kind of men only love themselves and you will never be loved like you want!View Thread
It seems your wife has sexual issues you need to talk to her about because she is looking for sex in other places and if a talk won't help your marriage, try counseling, because it looks as if your wife is trying to get your attention like a bad child, and that's exactly how she is acting. If none of that helps then you'de be better off divorcing her and getting another mate that will be a mate to you. She is embarrassing you and causing you humiliation.View Thread
Oh absolutely, too much togetherness makes one grouchy. I like to be alone sometimes and he likes to be around me and likes to 'air out' (talk about) problems and expects me to listen alot and I get tired sometimes (I have ADHD) and it causes me stress to focus when I'm tired. When he is away I get alot of 'me time'. I get to watch what I want on the tv for as long as I want because when he's home I have to watch what he wants alot because we have different tastes. I also don't have to cook alot of meals because he's a cornbread fed country boy and likes meals at home not alot of takeout so that's one less job to do when he's away.View Thread
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