I have a legitimate reason to be upset with my husband and am considering leaving. I was wondering do any other married BP's have their true feelings minimized by their spouse and are told that it's "just the disease talking"? I get so frustrated that I'm being told this when I have a righteous reason to be upset with his actions, how can I be taken seriously when he's always saying it's the disease talking when the truth of the matter is he is emotionally abusive and I believe he thinks he can get away with it due to this disease. Help!!!!!
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