Thank you bikerchic,
Violence is unacceptable. Period. Don't stand for it. I don't care if you broke every dish in the cabinet, you didn't hit him, he should never lay a hand on you in anger.
Violence isn't only physical, though. It sounds, from your descript
ion, like he is belittling you and being unsupportive. You may not have family nearby, but I'm sure they wouldn't want to see you in pain. It's time to take some steps to improve your situation. I know that depression can make action impossible, but you need to move through it, to get out from under it.
Here's a link on domestic violence: www.ndvh.org/
Check it out and see if you can get some good ideas about
how to proceed. If you're concerned about
having him check your computer, make sure to go into the "Tools" form on your browser to delete histories and
cookies when you're done.
SerafenaCo-Moderator, Bipolar and Depression ForumsBipolar II
"Bipolar disorder can be a great teacher. It's a challenge, but it can set you up to be able to do almost anything else in your life." - CARRIE FISHER