My DH is always trying to use my BP as a reason for why He can't deal with me. 2 years ago he threw me in the bathtub and broke my nose in front of my 4 yr old. He claimed his "counselor" wrote a letter to the judge saying it was due to "caring for me and my bipolar". Thing is he has never cared for me. I have always had to be supermom and superwoman. When I was hospitalized for a suicide hold, He told me "why did you do this to ME? I can't trust you now." It was like he had to care for our 2 kids for 2 days and it was MY fault! He didn't even come and get me on release day...my mom did with my kids. I thought he cared for me;2 months before my hospital stay...I was in a day therapy program and on family day he came in there upset that I wasn't getting better treatment...like he was sticking up for me. I went to school for psychology and so many red flags have gone up on his abuse, but nothing i could really prove...because I am "crazy". After that one domestic, he has been very careful to only be emotionally and verbally abusive...which is impossible to prove. Anyone have any ideas on how I can stay sane within my cage?
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