cyanide in his coffee should do the trick or cut his brake cables
Does he have anger management problems. Or perhaps he has a chemical imbalance? He needs to be examined by a doctor, if he hasn't figured out he is abusive and its hurting his wife, he needs professional help!
divorce works.<br />
You can't treat a bipolar person without medication.
He's a bully. Stand up to him & make sure he knows you mean business.Verbal abuse is not acceptable
First of all, it's best to adjust your goal, darling.<br />
You only want to get him to stop bad name calling and being mad.<br />
If it happens often, t may be a chemical imbalance, otherwise, he may not be able to control his emotions or may have learned this abusive behavior and does not realize his actions are unacceptable.<br />
You will have to figure out which one your partner falls into. If it seems like a psychological issue, then he needs to see professional help.<br />
If he's just being an immature jerk, let him know his behavior is childish and unacceptable.<br />
Who do you socialize with? Are his friends mature or just like him? Any brothers? <br />
Changing the people you socialize with or adding new mature friends may help him perceive his behavior in a new light. If you were to go out to dinner with another couple and he witnessed the other husband open the car door for his wife, compliment her and treat his wife with the utmost respect, he may realize he's not such a prize. <br />
Go ahead and find another man to show him how to treat a lady....
Tell him how this bothers you if he doesn't change, leave him. Without treatment or him acknowledging it, it doesn't get better.
Whether you realize it or not, verbal abuse is abuse...period. You are married to someone who is abusing you, and that is causing you long-term damage...mentally and eventually you will begin to suffer some physical symptoms from the stress and mental anguish as well. You do need to end it. Abusers don't stop. What a verbal abuser will usually do is escalate over a period of years, until eventually the verbal abuse becomes neglect....or physical abuse. You really need to admit that you are married to someone who is actively harming you, and walk away before he hurts you any worse.