I am stumped again. Maybe you sugestions can help with this one. Hubby has a severehead injury and doesn't think before he speaks. This morning we went out to breakfast. Just can't take him anywhere.LOL As we were leaving a man and woman were walking beind us, (obviously they were an item). Anyway hubby kept turning around and looking at something. Finaaly, I asked what he was looking at and turned around and it was the lady behind us. He made it clear that he was looking and here and not him. Talking about how good she looked. This couple was hearing every word. The man had a sence of humor about it, but I am worried as he has no inibition to control what is inapropriate. I tell him over and over and he forgets. If hubby wasn't on a walker, he looks pretty normal. A jealous person could have hurt him. Yes he has embarrassed me on numerous occasions, but non that could get him hurt. He usually directs it at me and you can see on peoples faces that they don't like the way he talks to me and children. We won't hit him, but what if someone thinks he's natually this way and hits him or even tries to get involved. What do I do to prevent this. Please I would greatly appreciate any help I could get. Thanks, Mary Ellen
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