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01/05/2011 05:24 AM

husband wants me to delete my mdj account

BearMyCross
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My husband says that i'm disrespecting him because he found my page on this site. I now am being asked to delete my account. I hope to compromise with him and just leave the bipolar groups and take off any references to bipolar. I've always said that he is not diagnosed and that it could be anything but that i could identify with the spouces on this board because many had similar stories. I want to thank the group for all of your love and support. Please pray for me because things havent been good. You are my witnesses and documentation that I still believe that my husband has a problem and many have read about the little acts of emotional abuse as well as the big ones. Please keep in touch if possible....i'm holding out to try to at least stay on MDJunction w/o the bipolar spouce/family groups...
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01/05/2011 10:05 AM
capecod84
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Your husband has no right to ask this. You are a grown woman with a right to make decisions for yourself. It would be different if you were on facebook talking about this. I would take my husband to therapy. It does sound like emotional abuse to me. I had a boyfriend like this who wanted to control my friendships.

01/05/2011 10:20 AM
sallyo
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I'm sorry to hear this, cross. I hope you can get him to go to therapy and get the help you need. I, too, think it's a form of abuse, or at least over-controlling behavior.

Maybe try the "life challenges board." Please keep in touch!

Post edited by: sallyo, at: 01/05/2011 10:21 AM


01/05/2011 10:43 AM
scotty04901
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Emotional abuse, and a control issue by all means. I would take that as a wake up call and get out while the getting is good. Emotionally tough I agree, but I fear what could happen down the road

01/05/2011 12:04 PM
capecod84
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I think these control issues could contribute to some of your symptoms. You need to let your husband know how you feel.

01/05/2011 06:14 PM
owutatangledweb
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You have been strong and brave in trying to stick it out with him. If it ever comes to it, please be brave enough to leave.

Sending prayers and hugs your way.....

Post edited by: owutatangledweb, at: 01/05/2011 06:18 PM


01/05/2011 07:35 PM
writergal
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Wow. That's a bummer. These groups help us get through these types of marriages. Sorry to hear. Sad

01/05/2011 08:12 PM
marriedtoit
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Bearmycross, that is terrible! Can you open a new account here, where you do not use your own photo, do not post in your profile your personal information (like where you are from and how old you are etc etc), and change your account name to something very different from Bearmycross? I would hate to see you give up the support you get here.

01/06/2011 03:27 AM
scotty04901
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The only potential problem I can see with that, is the loss of all the personal contacts she has now unless she PMs them all with the new info

01/06/2011 03:28 AM
scotty04901
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Does she have a program that she can lock him out of? That might work
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