He used to be the best guy - very kind and helpful and compassionate, he changed completely. The problem is that he is in complete denial - he doesn't agree at all that he has a problem and he is putting the blame on the others, he is totally convinced that he is right and the others are wrong and no one can talk to him at all because he becomes very aggressive, then storms out and wouldn't come back for days...
Please advise how to deal with a situation like that? I read a lot and I know the first step is to realise you need help and start your battle and then it is important that you have support from your close ones. He has all the support from friends and family but doesn't want to hear about any help at all... What can we do? What is the right approach?
He doesn't even want to see his kids and talk to his 9 year old daughter, she is heartbroken..
He is not spiritual at all, neither believes in God, I am, but if praying is all that can be done, it must be pretty hopeless
I can't just sit and watch, there must be something I can do to help him realise..is anyone has any experience with this please let me know, I'm desperate
One day he's fine one day he's depressed he sleeps in all day. It won't be easy but again yes I agree he can only help himself no one else can. I think what could help is if he really became spiritual and figured out what he did wrong. Guys won't own up to their mistakes, they expect us woman to feel sorry for what we did and what we didn't do. I realized that seeing my father go through this has been super difficult and has pulled me back.
But, I won't let it happen anymore I just can't let it. He is who is today. Yes, I yell at him because I don't know what else to do but, it doesn't help the situation. Some days he would be gone for days on end. I would be scared wondering where he has he never answered my messages my calls nothing. Then one day I took his phone away. It said he had muted me so my texts and calls won't be answered. All I can say is that take him to see a doctor a Psychiatric doctor a well known one or take him to a mental hospital so he can be diagnosed with the right tools and with the right care.
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