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How can you as an abusive husband support your wife?

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2005-10-15 21:55:54
2005-10-15 21:55:54

You've taken a really big step forward for yourself. You are the problem that your wife is having and it's YOU that needs therapy. Most women only ask of their mate that they get help and the wife is usually there 100%. Sounds like your wife would be. You have reasons and problems why you are the way you are, and you can't support her until you get to the root of your own problems and get help for it. She would be so delighted if you were to seek out therapy for your abusive behavior. The fact that you have mentioned it is a miracle in itself and it's sounds like there is a lot of hope for you. Please seek out that therapy. Therapy is a wonderful tool and both men/women get much help as far understanding why they are the way they are and learn tool to deal with it and don't consider yourself weak for seeing a therapist. Weak men are ones that know there is something wrong with them and not getting the help to get them over it. Your wife can support you through this therapy as well and both of you will learn a better way of life. Good luck God Bless Marcy

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