Question by  Feisty (87)

How do you deal with an angry spouse?

My spouse has issues with controlling his anger, I am afraid that his outburst are hurting the children.


Answer by  srainne (2597)

Explain to your spouse that you are afraid of the affects his anger has on the kids. It's important to make him understand that you are there for him to talk out the core issues behind his anger. Try a code word to indicate when he's getting out of hand.


Answer by  worker8259 (68)

Discussing with your husband the very real negative impact this type of behavior can have on the children growing up and feeling secure is critical to changing his behavior.


Answer by  asad (116)

Anger is the bottom line for all the problems. If your spouse gets angry on things he don't want you to do then stop and try to avoid those things which he don't likes. Secondly when he is angry then say to him your right in natural way and leave the room. Or offer him a glass of water. cheers.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

It sounds like he could possibly be Bi-polar. If he's doing this so much that you're worried I would either get him help or get the kids out of there.

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