My husband left me again on New Year's Day. Whenever I disagree with him, he either threatens separation, divorce, or leaves me. Two years ago he served me with divorce papers over that argument (which I thought we resolved). This time, it was because he thinks my son is on drugs & steals things! He accused my son of using his amp & my son has his own amp, so I told Andy I didn't think he did. My son got angry that Andy accused him of using it, said he was moving out (my son is an 18 year old Senior & my husband is always looking for ways to get him in trouble). I told Andy I hoped he was happy now that Nicky said he was moving out & that's when Andy got mad & said HE was the one moving out. Andy will not admit that he has control issues because he is bp & thinks as long as he's on his rx, he's "normal." I am beginning to think I need out of this relationship, or I will be the one needing meds. I cannot afford to live on my own without $$ support (we've been married since 2001). HELP! What should I do? He wants to see a counselor, but I think he thinks the counselor will tell me & my son that WE are the problems. Thanks for listening! I am really needing some help.
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