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Love advice for a newlywed whose husband has changed and has become verbally abusive...

Verbal abuse from a Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde of a new husband...

Relationship Advice from Dr. TRuth

Dear Dr. TRuth,
I have been married not even 2 months and we are fighting all the time.

I feel like we should have never got married.

He yells at me alot I wish he didn't have a temper. I need steps and advice on what to do.

I don't even look foward to the weekends anymore.


This definitely sounds like the honeymoon is over!

How long did you know him before you got married, anyway? When did you discover he had this terrible temper? Is alcohol involved in anyway with his tantrums? Does he come from a family which is broken or which treats each other the way he is treating you?

Anyway, this does not sound good to me at all and it is definitely a case of verbal abuse which is making you miserable.

I have two suggestions for you:

1. There is an excellent book available through Amazon called "The Verbally Abusive Relationship" by Patricia Evans.

2. You need to nip this behavior pattern in the bud or else it will only escalate.

Further, please do not have children with him yet.

You need to tell him to cut it out immediately when he starts to yell at you.
Tell him you are not a child and that you do not deserve this.

He has an anger problem and men like this use their power to control and manipulate to get their way.

Tell him that because of this you would like the two of you to go for couples counseling if this is an option. If he won't go, you need to go to find out what is going on with you.

If you allow this to continue, it will erode your confidence and self-esteem.
Do not make the mistake of thinking this will get better without help.

It won't.

Take care of yourself; do not allow your husband or anyone else for that matter to treat you like this.

Good luck. Keep me posted and thank you for your letter.
Many young women find themselves married to a "Jeckyll and Hyde" and will be helped by your letter.

Dr. TRuth

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Love advice for a newlywed whose husband has changed into being verbally abusive...