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There’s A Problem With My Husband Stan!

15 Mar
There’s A Problem With My Husband Stan!
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Stan and I have been married for 19 years. And we have two beautiful twin teenage children, a boy and a girl, Reed and Reece. Both are good students and will be graduating in one year. Their graduating and going off to college will leave me alone and vulnerable to the temper tantrums of my husband Stan.

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I work a nine to five job while mothering my two children, cooking cleaning and caring for my husband. Does he ever hit me? No, but he really flies off the handle. For instance: I overslept a couple of mornings leaving Stan without coffee and breakfast. Stan screamed, yelled, threw things all around and breaking them. Our neighbors were disturbed and called the police. Here is another occasion: due to an emetgency meeting at my job, I was late coming home to prepare Stan’s dinner. As a result, Stan deliberately caused the stove and refrigerator to be inoperable. It cost us a good sum of money to have both the stove and the refrigrrator repaired.

So… you all are wondering – “Why don’t you leave that mad man”? My response: I just may do that, AND SOON!

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12 responses to “There’s A Problem With My Husband Stan!

  1. Dragthepen

    04/10 at 0:00

    Wow. I can surely relate. Married my first amd only husband at 24 and left when i was 29. I should have left after the frist two years. He had anger issues and was very controlling. I found my self to be his house keeper then a wife. Needless to say I left after 6 years. That was over 25 years ago. I haven’t looked back, never remarried and I am having a great life. I hope you find your way out.πŸ™

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    • America On Coffee

      04/10 at 0:00

      First marriages are difficult. Young marriages are worst. I have heard of some more horrifying ones.😨😑😒 Fortunately, this is not my situation but one that is shared.

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    • America On Coffee

      04/10 at 0:00

      There may be some other chances for a marriage of 15 to 20 plus years to endure and overcome problems.. Besides any psychiatric assessment, some family and friend intervention may be a rea, genuinel help. I did not include the assistance of a church minister, but different religions most certainly have some type of one on one intervention with scriptural references. Too many times, nowadays, couples do not seek help. Couples are just reacting to the chaos.

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    • Dragthepen

      04/10 at 0:00

      I absolutely agree. They give into the chaos

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  2. charliecountryboy

    04/10 at 0:00

    Just curious has he always been like that or is it new? 😌

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    • America On Coffee

      04/10 at 0:00

      Hello Charlie. It has been going on for 2 years. This suddeness might require some psychiatric probing.

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    • charliecountryboy

      04/10 at 0:00

      I think you are quite possibly right, they say there is a reason for everything πŸ˜€

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    • America On Coffee

      04/10 at 0:00

      I’m glad to know that you agree, Charle Take care and have a great weekend.

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  3. thelonelyauthorblog

    04/10 at 0:00

    As I was reading this, I didn’t know what to think.
    So sorry you or anyone is going through this situation.
    If I wered married and she couldn’t cook due to work issues, well, that means I need to cook.
    IT IS REALLY THAT SIMPLE. Any mature adult would realize that.

    Be well. HUGS

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    • America On Coffee

      04/10 at 0:00

      Thank you for stopping by and reading. You are so right. No this is not my style. But, there are many problem marriages today. This share is so relevant.

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    • thelonelyauthorblog

      04/10 at 0:00

      It really is. I had a marriage I thought was perfect and it fell apart. Sharing our experiences show others they are not alone in their trials. And it helps us relieve a little pain in the process.

      Wish you all the best. From what I know about you, you are a sweetheart. HUGS

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    • America On Coffee

      04/10 at 0:00

      Yes, marriage is one of many human, familial rites that are falling apart. Sad.

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