I've been married almost 3 years. During that time I have left my husband twice. He knows that I did the same stupid crap to my ex who I was married to for 15 years. I divorced him and then remarried him then we divorced for the real reasons. When I get manic, I blame everything on my husband, stop talking to him, push him as far away as I can, say mean things to him well actually brutal things to him, and either tell him to leave or I leave. This last go round was the worst ever. I've been getting worse and worse as I get older. I was just dx'd about a month ago and my new years res is to not leave my husband this year. The problem I have now is everytime I'm a little down, or something "bad" happens in my life he starts asking me if I'm gonna leave again. I keep telling him thats why I'm in therapy and seeing the drs and taking my meds and so on and so on, but I'm getting tired of being asked and giving the answer over and over again. Any advise out there on how to make him stop without making him feel like I'm starting with the anger stuff all over again?
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