Stories of wives physically intimidating husbands

Many people don’t fit perfectly into just one disorder but cross over to two or more of them.

Here’s a brief description of the three below: Antisocial As Joanna researched more about these disorders, she seriously suspected her husband’s ex-wife crossed between antisocial and histrionic personality disorders, as the unexpected became the expected.

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You think you are being verbally abused by your partner. If the person in pursuit makes any negative comment, it is quickly explained away. Once in a while, he even accepts her help, which gives her the false impression that things are changing.

In fact, you suspect that you are in an impossible situation, living with a partner who doesn’t honor you, wants to change you, or at least wants always to be in charge at your expense. It’s terrible to give up the image you once had of your guy as a loving, strong, smart and caring mate. What she doesn’t understand is that his insecurity is bigger than his love for her. It is bigger than his desire to have a mutual, equal partnership.

His ex-wife walked in the house to pick up the kids, and as she was leaving dropped the bag of cookies on the floor, stepped on them and told Joanna she would have to clean up the mess.

Not only did she ruin the cookies (which was bad enough), she was dressed in skin-tight jeans, a fake fur vest, high heel boots, lots of makeup, gaudy jewelry and let’s just say her hair took up a lot of space around her head.

Other women think they can see the insecurity inside the person who is always asserting control. She agrees with him that life has been unfair to him.

If he is artful about it, she wonders if he is right and works overtime to fix it – not understanding that he doesn’t have any intention of fixing it.

She understands being a stepmom might be the most challenging role you’ve ever played.

Linda enjoys sharing her stories of dealing with his ex, her step kids and new husband and loves to hear how they relate to your situations.

But I have suffered repeatedly from his verbal and physical abuse.

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