Walking on eggshells

So this weekend was a good one, for the most part. You know it’s a hard thing to ride this roller coaster. He can be so mean and hateful then be the person I married again for a few days, sometimes even for a few minutes. This weekend he was just that. Nothing off the chain, just a nice quiet weekend. No fighting, no name calling, just two people enjoying each others company. We watched movies, went out to eat, and just hung around the house. It was nice…not that have changed my mind, but it is nice to just be able to sit back and breathe, even for a little while. But like always, I stepped on a shell. All was well until last night. I plugged us in a movie and made us frito pies. When I brought him his bowl, he started to eat it an freaked smooth out. He started screaming at me calling me worthless, stupid, and every other name you can imagine telling me how I can’t do anything right. I put too much cheese on his frito pie. No, I’m not kidding. When he freaks out on me it’s usually one of two things…something totally ridiculous like the too much cheese incident, or he thinks I am or have cheated on him and am a liar and a whore that won’t admit it. Yes, welcome to my life.


5 thoughts on “Walking on eggshells

  1. Jen Lawson says:

    This really sounds like a fake blog. What you’re writing here doesn’t ring true at all.


    • anni6290 says:

      wow! it’s not a fake blog, but if you feel that way you are more than welcome to not read it. I’m not forcing anything on anyone, just telling my story.


      • Jen Lawson says:

        I don’t feel like I’m being “forced to read it.” (???) And yes, I know I’m “more than welcome not to read it.” I’m just pointing out that what you’re writing here comes across as fiction and you’re trying to pass it off as 100% true.


  2. anni6290 says:

    well it is and it sucks so thanks for making me feel even better about it. I’m sorry if I said anything that offended you. I am writing this blog for me, I have to talk about it even if no one is listening.


  3. crtruelove says:

    Thank you for courageously sharing. Domestic violence comes in many forms: physical, verbal, emotional, and even spiritual. What you describe sounds like verbal/emotional abuse. Keep writing as it will help you…


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