Sadlostmom wrote:I'm so sick over this and want to hear from others that are intelligent, rather than "screw him, he shouldn't see his kid, he can have eow" I am in a state that is notorious for the eow.
Fatheroffour wrote:Given that printed text doesn't accurately reflect how something is said, give some examples of him being emotionally and verbally abusive to the child.
NewReality wrote:Husband is hard-working, successful, loves his kid... but at same time has severe mental illness, and is abusive to wife.
You've come to the right place for advise, because that's all of our stories, as well.
My advise: just learn your place and do as you're told.
several commitments to mental hospitals
secondhalf wrote:several commitments to mental hospitals
I feel for you. However, coming from the "guys perspective" everything I here from a woman wanting out of a marriage is taken with extreme caution. Sorry, but that is the way it is; afterall statistics I have read indicate that in 1988 women initiated about 65% of the divorces and some statistics I have read indicate that percentage is now over 70%.
I suspect some women would argue that the woman just is able to see the irreconcilable differences. However, from my perspective I feel that women just give up easier.
Having state all of that, like I say, I do feel for you as on the surface it does seem that you are in quite a dillema. I have some questions. Were the commitments to mental hospitals voluntary or involuntary? Has there been a diagnosis? Has there been chemical treatment offered and if so does your husband stay on his treatment? The above questions are asked more to encourage you think about certain things rather than a direct answer being needed on this forum.
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