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Dating women with generalized anxiety disorder

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He keeps convincing him to prescribe the meds without getting the blood work done or the counseling.

I know he loves me way more then I love him on a husband and wife level.Last October we went to a wedding and he was on fire and spiraling out of control on the way there.After he drank heavily for two days and was a monster to be around, he finally crashed.He said last episode that my friends could call him if I couldn’t break through, and now my friend wants to call and he says no way.We had two golden retrievers who I love more than anything and I know in my heart it was due to them I gave it another shot.Then slowly the bizarre (well familiar to me) and controlling behavior started to creep into our lives.

I do not think I noticed at first but my closest friends (all on guard) would ask me if he was on his meds.

He hasn’t stopped talking about how he is going to get his new car and how important his job is and what happened that day in painful detail.

I have convinced him to go to a therapy session with me next week (we have not been in over two years), and he thinks the therapist will help me get over my car grudge and let him buy the car.

I had not seen this freaking out since the day I left two years prior. Sweating head to toe, couldn’t breath, didn’t want to live anymore, wanted to jump out the window to stop the madness, wanted me to leave him since he was so horrible, and on and on and on. Luckily my sister was down the hall at the hotel and I woke her at 3am to help me.

We calmed him down and then he promised to take his meds, do everything right and that he loved me more than anything and would do whatever it takes to make it work. Well, we are now in April and I am noticing all the subtle changes.

He thinks if he works hard he should have whatever his heart desires at whatever minute he desires it.