My husband is refusing to re-enlist in the Army in March. I think he has lost his mind. He claims that he is tired of all the deployments.
I am mourning my husband, Jeff. He’s very much alive. And he hasn’t blown town with a younger woman on his arm. But he is gone. Jeff was diagnosed with late-onset bipolar disorder a couple.How could this happen, I think he is sleeping with the 22 year tart two doors down. He is very cold and angry to me know, I wonder what he is thinking, if there are any men out there who have been through this please explain what is going on. My husband lost his dad 1 year ago and I thought he was just sad, I tried to talking to him but nothing.For me, I think my husband is just as happy not being here and he feels he does not have to answer to me, (which he doesn’t), and he doesn’t have to listen to me complain about his bad.
We can’t compare our current selves to the ones before our husbands lost their minds, and as a result, so did we. I may not be perfect right now, but if being there for my kids day and night, loving them fiercely, and managing to run their lives (and mine) is the definition of a good mom, then I’m doing just fine.
I have started losing who I am in trying to be the perfect person for my husband with changing my appearance, trying to change my personality to be like the women he sought in his affairs, lusts, etc. Change sometimes needs to happen and is considerate of the other person, but I have come to an unhealthy point of it.
I guess had my husband done like yours is doing, I'd have thought he lost his mind! And I'd probably have already knocked him looney! And if he went to drinking, I'd kick his tail out! Thank the Lord he doesn't drink, so we don't have to worry about that or smoking.
There are several ways you can tell if you are a lost soul. More importantly, there are also many ways to get back in touch with your intuition, receive guidance from your higher self or soul and find a way to live your life more joyously. 1. Low mood. Low mood can be a sign of many things from health problems to grief and loss.However, experiencing a persistent low mood for no apparent reason.
Ask Ammanda: I know I shouldn't stay in this relationship, but I feel trapped. I have been with my husband for nearly six years, married nearly four. We have just had a baby together; he's almost six months old now. However, my husband is finding the step up in responsibility hard.
I'm concerned about my husband, and I'm not sure what to do. I'm also not really sure how to explain it, but here goes nothing. It seems as though my husband is losing chunks of time, and his mind is creating stories and experiences to fill that gaps. These do not occur while I am home. A specific example occured just last weekend. He told me Sunday evening that he had finished all of his.
I think my husband has lost his mind. Running related.. PurplePeopleEater2 Sun 23-Apr-17 17:45:02. My husband has been doing running events for 8 years now. 10ks, half marathons and 5 full marathons.. I couldn't walk the next day, was in a lot of pain for a week or two and lost a toenail.
I have been married to my husband for 22 years. I have never been able to figure his angry,demeaning personality out until a marriage counselor said the word narcissist. It is a word I never heard of, but it fits my husband perfectly. It has been so difficult living with him and has torn me down emotionally. I think he has PTSD to go along with it.
He was a brilliant soldier and Oxford graduate. Yet suddenly, at 46, Clive couldn't tell the time or read his children a bedtime story. For his wife, it was the start of a living nightmare.
This has been going on for over a year, I've tried to have this conversation with my brother over and over, but he always acts like I'm criticizing his parenting. Which is not the case; I don't think my niece is especially bratty or out of control for a kid that age, it's just that this behavior is dangerous to both her and my dog, and it needs constant intervention.
My husband and I have been married for almost six years, together for eight.we’ve been through alot over the past year and were almost divorced, he then changed his mind and wanted to stay. It was all a sudden suprise to me when it happened and since then it has been a struggle.
Question. My husband recently discovered that I was having an affair with an ex-colleague (also married) within our business. This affair had lasted for over three-and-a-half years.
For two years, I felt helpless, lost, and most of all I felt trapped. All of this changed in one moment that is forever imprinted onto my mind. I awoke one crisp morning in March of 2007 and heard no noise within my mind except my own inner voice, telling me I had to leave. I told my husband I wanted a divorce. He laughed and said I was being.
My husband didn't leave me. There was a little drama and a few tears, and the conversation about our sex life is ongoing. You can have a sex happy marriage even in a long term one.