Bad to horrible day for Joe. The day had already been frusterating for hubby at the Dr. Then on the way home the care overheated and he wanted me to pop the hood. His decision making is not so good so I was afraid that he would try to remove the radiator cap and get burned. He was so angry and yelling and cursing me out and everybody could hear him. I just stood there trying to explain why I couldn't let him work on the car.He has become very manipulative to get what he wants. I tried to get him to sit down while I did what needed to be done and he refused. We actuaslly had a standoff. I can truley understand his anger and frusturation; thus now I wonder if I did the right thing. In reality, he doesn't think before he acts and hasn't been able to make a single decision since his accident. He is still trying to decide things from months ago. I just feel so bad for him and want to take his frusturartions away. I feel though that I have to protect him. Am I wrong?
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