DEAR DEIDRE: MY husband has moods when he stares at the wall and won’t talk to me or our little boys.
We are in our 30s and most days we are happy together.My husband has moods when he stares at the wall and won’t talk[/caption]
But a few days ago he wouldn’t talk for hours, then he shouted and said I didn’t love him and nor did the boys.
He started kicking the walls then grabbed me and pushed me down onto the floor.
I got free and I went to my mum’s with the boys.
The next day he said he was sorry.
He’s fine again now but I’m scared it will happen again. Is he depressed?
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DEIDRE SAYS: That may be part of the explanation but it’s no excuse.
Don’t just leave things. Whatever drove him to that behaviour before won’t just have evaporated.
Ask him to talk to the Respect Phoneline who help perpetrators of domestic abuse to change (respectphoneline.org.uk, 0808 802 4040).
My e-leaflet Abusive Partner? explains where you can find support.
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