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One hell of a story, daisy girl. So glad you have broken free.
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what about when what they say to hurt you has some truth to it??
* i think thats the confusing part**
Oneness - I am so sorry that you PD has gone postal. I am afraid of that very thing, and my counselor keeps telling me that everything he does is a reflection on him. Not me.
Every call your PD makes, and email he sends makes him look like an utter loon. I know it hurts, but keep telling yourself that everything he does, is one more shovel of dirt out of his own grave.
A normal person would accept the breakup, be sad and move on. No calling bosses, or husbands. Utter crazy.
Hang in there. He will be locked up sooner than you think. The police have to build their case to make sure it sticks.
when you have a man that "controls", what exactly is the purpose? what void is being filled?
we as receivers of the abuse have a human need for love, desire and compassion, resolutions of conflict, happiness, feeling safe.
what is the human need for NPDS? what is control? why?
..why withhold sex and romance? arent you withholding it from yourself also??
I confronted him then and rather than being totally sorry, part of it of the blame he threw on me and said that he thought that I didn't want him anymore after we had our first son (I had some mild PPD/anxiety) and so that's why he did it. Not even a good reason, but like a dummy, I accepted that explanation at the time.