Guys yesterday me and my husband had a very bad fight i said bad things about his family then he held my hands and in reaction I slapped him then he slapped me again and said bad things and asked to leave I apologised also but he didn’t listen and saying to leave what should I do
Bad fight: Guys yesterday me and my... - Mental Health Sup...
That's funny. I know exactly what you mean. I've made the couch an uncomfortable spot to sit when I'm mad. I take the cushions off it haha.
I think I've mentioned it here before. Someone made a comment about it being mean or something like that. I stayed away from that person after that. No sense of humor at all.
I thought it was you back then.
That valentines poem? Yes it was nice. Until I saw it posted for other people.
You can just post your poems to everyone at once that will be easier for you I think.
I don't have time for poems today. I'm doing my housework. I'm polishing my counter top on kitchen island.
Enjoy your day💕
Well... yes and no. Punches provoke others anger, then you have a punching and shoving match that needs a referee to interfere. There isn't one behind closed doors sadly.
...I do wish to this day that all those that raised their hands to me in my vulnerability and weakness to have something bad happen to them, kind of like what comes around rolls around.
Ahh, most people have a good relationship and go through a few arguments but others have bad relationship all the time - but if you trust and feel deeply, love and then you should try to iron/fix it - it might take time - which you have plenty of and can take it slow and rebuild your trust and faith in the relationshiop
It doesn't really matter whether you hit / slapped your partner first, or they hit / slapped you, you are both being abusive. Unfortunately once violence enters into a relationship, it's extremely rare that it does anything but escalate. Perhaps now is the time for you both to accept that your relationship is toxic for you both and that you are better calling it a day.
You can both get support from voluntary sector organisations but you need to walk away both of you
It's never easy, and there are no excuses you are both being violent, it is a domestic violence situation. You are both abusers whether you want to admit it or not.
No family situation can justify violence.
If you can both be grown up so that you can agree on some practicalities it will make life easier for you both, but if not, you may need to walk away.
Depending on where you live, could you get to see Marriage Guidance Council, they may be able to help you both, reading above reminds me it takes two to Tango, you are feeding on each others negative feelings and actions.
The problem is when couples start fighting the negativity begins to feed on its self and it becomes easy to blame each other when both of you are so very wrong, you need to control your angers, you are both to close to each other to work out a way of controlling both feelings.
Generally something in the past must have started this problem, and you need to understand why you feel the way you do, sometimes it is a battle of control and no-one will back down to make the relationship work. You are in partnership to live your life together, sad to to say you are still fighting about who washes or dries the dishes.
One thing if possible do not leave the home, in the UK that can cause problems in Separation. Both belongings need to be separated for you to move on
You need to gain back your confidence, it may be over time that has been depleted especially if your Husband is dictating and controlling your needs and expectations.
It must be sad and unfulfilling when you cannot make decisions for yourself especially you are placed under His Thumb. My Wife runs the home in the UK, I am unable to do much, so I need to allow Her to make decisions. Marriage is like a Partnership, everyone needs to understand that, She is not just a pretty face
You have your own life to lead and that is been removed from you, If your Parents can help you, go for it. Hopefully the situation will ease given time
Keep a hold