Posted by sweetpea2977
You calm him down by COMPLETELY walking away. He's abusing you and you're signing up for it over and over again, NOW that you know what he's capable of. Soon he'll be placing his hands around your neck, slapping you in the face or punching on you.
I don't think that talking to him is what YOU need to do but rather reach out to his family to intervene on your behalf. But I honestly day, just walk away. This is a sad and hostile situation.
Posted by besarlalluvia
Sorry this is not a virgo thing
He's grown... And it sounds like you have been patient enough
Screw listening to his 'problems'... He needs to respect you first
Posted by Skeleton
Did he hit you by any chance?
Posted by Phangus
Hidden camera. Show him how stupid he looks when he's throwing one of his big boy tantrums.
Posted by saggurl88
Something is bothering him, you need to have an open talk with him and let him tell you what it is, without interrupting him. Just listen and let him vent.
Are you guys spending enough time together? Something is making him unhappy and its having a domino effect.
This is kind of sad, but you should treat him like you're talking to a women.
Validate his feelings, be understanding, let him vent and get it all out. Stay calm as he's talking and just be a listening ear. He needs to be heard and understood.
As far as him getting his way and trying to be controlling- um, no I wouldn't do that. He wants his way, but doesn't need it. This is your mom. He knows logically what's up.
Posted by AbbyNormal
He’s got to deal with his anger. And you gotta do what’s best for you. This kind of abuse will continue until you do something to stop it. Leaving is probably best unless you truly love him. Then it’s a matter of if he’s willing to do the work or not. If he’s not, leave bc he doesn’t prioritize you. Hopefully he can get help. Feeling for you, really. The yelling and constant anger is unnerving, always walking on eggshells never able to truly relax. Love yourself over anything. If you don’t take care of yourself, you’re no good to helping care for anyone else. If you decide to stay and support him, it’s good for you both to do the therapy so you can learn his triggers and try to work with him. It’s a question you gotta ask yourself, to stay or go.