@Sunshinedaff his treatment ended on 12/14. he is not on any medication. I don't have any friends and I don't have any family that I am close to. Regardless of the fact that he had cancer & treatment, it doesn't give him the right to treat me that way. He saw a counselor this week, came home and did the usual cussing me out, slamming and throwing things. Nothing but hatred coming from him. I have told his GP and his oncology office and nothing came of that.
That just sounds appalling, I am so sorry. Absolutely, you are right, that is completely wrong of him to treat you this way.
I am concerned for you more so though, to not have any friends or family to turn to for support.
I do think it would be really good if you could speak to someone for your own welfare, you need to be safe. Are you in the UK?
This is the number for Macmillan Cancer Support, they are there to help the families of people with cancer, not just the patient.
It is a free number 0808 808 00 00, it is a place to start. Lines are open 7 days a week, 8am-8pm.
Please call them, I am here whenever you would like to talk, but I do think you need someone 'in person' to help you too, they may have people in the area local to you.
Let me know how you get on, I will chat with you again I hope.
@Sunshinedaff I am in the USA
What about the American Cancer Society? They have Support Programs and Services that are free. If you call them they would be able to tell you what is available in your location.
They have a 'live chat' option on their web page too.
Tel no is 800-227-2345 . I don't know if that is a free call for you, but I would encourage you to call.
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