i get crazy mad sometimes. like maybe if the dog chews something up, at first im not mad at the dog much but then my husband gets pissed and it sets me off the handel when he yells at the dogs. he sounds so mean. so i get really angry..really angry, sometimes ill kick the dog or punch it and i dont mean to and i apolijize for it and hug my dog n cry and stuff but somtimes its really bad. like i had this dog that i loved so so much chloe. and my husband drives truck so we are stuck in this semi all the time. well chloe kept getting on his seat whenever he got out and getting hair all over and he got so mad everytime and one day i just coulnt take it anymore and i threw her out of the truck...not moving by the way.. just left her in some state out west its been 3 years. you have know idea what i went threw emotionally. and am still going threw. i love chloe! ya she was only a dog but she was my best friend. when i was sad she coforted me when i was happy she licked me i loved her so much and i just tossed her out like the trash just because i was mad at my husband. what do i do? its not all i do all kinds of stupid things when im mad. i cant see a doctor or anything i live in a semi and am only home like 3 days every month/ month in a half. i need help. please
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