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So I am dealing with the fact that I am loosing my grandpa, the one man that has never left my side rather I was right or wrong! It sucks and is the one thing that sucks more than nething! Now Brandon gets home from work and all he wants to do is fight. I dont know how much more I can deal with. Tonight the fight is all because Madelynn went to stay the night with my parents and Natalee went with his dad. He dont think that my parents can take care of Madelynn or something. His dad had to pick him up from work bc of the snow (Brandon drives a sports car) and was going to take Mason so that tomorrow we could go to the hospital to see my gpa before he has the surgeries, well he decides to come in and just start yelling at me!!!! I tried to tell him that I am not a kid and dont need to be yelled at but he dont listen and continues. Now im crying my eyes out and have no way to leave to go ne where! my world is crashing in front of my face! i dont know how much more i can handle! o and he thinks i have post partum! what do i do?
*hugs* I'm sorry he's being that way. I would probably just give him a little time to calm down and then talk to him. Does this happen often? Do little things set him off like that? Was he close with your grandfather at all? Maybe it's his own grief building, or if he's lost his one grandfather (or well, anyone close to him) maybe old memories are resurfacing?
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