How as wives do we deal with this? When we are usually the ones on the receiving end. They happen suddenly, unexpectedly, painfully, we hurt and they cant recall. Example, I got one at the start of an epileptic seizure at 2am this morning, lets say the combination was not a good one, then tells me he has no idea what I am talking about IF it ever happened. Thought these all stopped a couple of years ago, first one since. lousy timing. Any suggestions please?
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