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Topic: Just on the verge of splitting

2 posts, 0 answered
  1. Serendipity101
    Serendipity101 avatar
    1 posts
    17 January 2020
    My hubby is bipolar PTSD anxiety. I have ocd and ptsd
    Weim not coping lately with him hating me all the time. He
    Gets upset over everything.i developed an eating
    Disoder in the last few months from his treatment
    Of me.hes keeps threatening to leave me. Because when he starts
    Telling me in what way I'm not good enoug. I get very
    Very upset and suicidal and spend ages erratically trying to
    Get him to change his mind.
    His only feelings i see are anger and anxiety.
    But he says I'm being delusional. That I'm perceiving
    Everything wrong. I don't think that's true I think I just
    Can't cope with it anymore.
    How do I know if I'm delusional or is it him.? And
    Either way will have us breaking up n I dunno what
    To do with myself I'm sooo depressed.
    I actually think he hates me as much as he loves me.

    Yes I've seen Dr and therapist but I value opinion of
    Ppl who suffered similarly. So I'm here. 🥺
  2. Sophie_M
    Sophie_M avatar
    191 posts
    17 January 2020 in reply to Serendipity101
    Dear Serendipity101,
    Thank you for sharing your experience with the community. We can hear this is extremely distressing for you when it happens. We are glad that you are seeking for professional support and reaching out for community support.

    We would like to highlight crisis support services for you to access as needed.
    You can call us on 1300 22 4636
    Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
    Lifeline 13 11 14
    1800RESPECT 1800 737 732

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