Those we love can be great but they can also lash out. My husband has said some horrible things to me while he's been in prison. I know he doesn't mean it and it does hurt, but I move on and I don't love him any less. Last night he opened up to me and told me the reason he lashes out at me. He said that he sees how depressed I am and I'm not like I was when he married me. He feels responsible. He knows I was so happy before he was arrested and slowly I've been more and more depressed since he was arrested. He said that if he was home we'd be together and I wouldn't be lonely. We'd also a baby already (which I want so bad) and we'd be happy. He feels like his selfish actions put him in prison and now I'm paying the price and I did nothing wrong. He admitted that he doesn't deal with anger well and when he gets mad at himself he lashes out at me. I was basically crying by the time he finished. He was talking for about 20 or 30 minutes straight. It was very sweet. He is such a wonderful man. I really do love him with all my heart.
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