My hubby is a habitual liar. He lies about everything, no matter how minor it is. He will tell me to tell his mom a lie if she was to ask about something and he will tell his mom to lie to me about stuff too. I don't believe anything he says. He has been off his meds for his bipolar and he will sit in group and judge everyone who isn't consistantly taking their meds, all the while he isn't taking his...at all...and hasn't for at least 5 months. I honestly feel like our relationship is over. Even if he does tell the truth about something, I don't believe him. How can someone have a relationship without trust? He gets mad at me for not letting him take our dd by himself, well the last time he was off his meds, he literally went crazy and loaded a gun in our presence, threatening to kill himself. Before he was diagnosed, he threatened to kill me. The only reason I have stayed is because I know if we get divorced he would get unsupervised visits. We filed for divorce and with a restraining order in place, protecting both me and my dd, the judge gave him unsupervised visits, so I told my hubby I wanted to work things out.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:30 AM on Apr. 24, 2011 in Relationships
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Answer by virgo550 at 6:16 AM on Apr. 24, 2011
Unfortunately, telling lies the way you describe can be a symptom of bipolar. Have you done anything to educate yourself about this disease? Sounds like most of the problems you are having stem from your DH's disorder. If you learn more about his disorder, perhaps you will start to understand it more. He has a mental disorder. It affects how he thinks and acts, particularly if he isn't stabilized. Either accept his disorder and the problems that come with it or get a divorce. It's not so simple as he is a deadbeat. Since you have a child together, this man will be in your life forever. Sounds more like you are using the unsupervised visits as a way to avoid making the choice to end the relationship. Judges decisions can be appealed. A court order for visitation does not revoke a restraining disorder.
Answer by momofkids at 7:00 AM on Apr. 24, 2011
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