I Tamed My Ex Husbands Mad Dog Ch 1

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When I first got married, I thought I had it all figured out. I was in love with my husband and we were excited to start our life together. But then, things started to change. My husband’s anger began to surface and it became a problem in our relationship. Eventually, his anger led to me leaving him.

In this article, I’m going to share my story of dealing with my ex husband’s anger problem. I’ll talk about the early warning signs that there was a problem, the breaking point that led to me leaving, and how I’ve coped with life after the divorce. I’ll also share what I’ve learned from the experience and offer advice for others who may be dealing with a similar situation.

Taming the Mad Dog: My Ex Husband’s Anger Problem

When I first realized that my ex husband had an anger problem, I tried to downplay it and tell myself that it wasn’t a big deal. After all, everyone gets angry sometimes, right? But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that his anger was out of control and was starting to affect our relationship.

The final straw came when he threw a plate across the room during an argument. I knew then that I had to leave him. It wasn’t easy, but I did it. And life after the mad dog has been much better.

I learned a lot from my experience with my ex’s anger. I now know that it’s important to pay attention to warning signs and to take action before things get too out of control. If I had stayed with him, who knows what could have happened?

The beginning of the end: when I first realized there was a problem

I realized there was a problem when my ex husband started getting angry over small things. At first, I thought maybe he was just having a bad day, or that something at work had upset him. But it quickly became clear that his anger was out of proportion to the situation. He would start yelling and cursing, and sometimes he would even throw things. I was always afraid that he was going to hurt me or someone else.

I tried to talk to him about his anger, but he would just brush me off or say that I was overreacting. I began to feel like I was walking on eggshells around him, never knowing when he would explode. It was a very stressful way to live. Finally, I realized that I couldn’t keep living like this and I left him.

The breaking point: the final straw that led to me leaving

The breaking point for me came when my ex husband threw a plate at me during an argument. I was so shocked and terrified that I immediately packed my bags and left. I knew that I couldn’t stay in a relationship with someone who was capable of such violence. It was the hardest decision I’ve ever made, but it was also the best thing I could have done for myself.

Life after the mad dog: how I coped with my ex’s anger

After I left my ex husband, I had to deal with his anger in a completely different way. I had to be the one who was always calm and collected, even when he wasn’t. I had to be the one who could see past his anger and understand what was really going on with him. And most importantly, I had to be the one who could help him deal with his anger in a healthy way.

It wasn’t easy, but I did it. And I’m proud of myself for how I handled the situation. If you’re dealing with a similar situation, here are some tips that might help you:

  1. Don’t take anything your ex says or does personally. This is probably the most important thing to remember. When someone is angry, they’re not thinking clearly and they might say or do things that they don’t actually mean. Just remember that it’s not about you, it’s about them and their anger.
  1. Try to stay calm yourself. This can be difficult, but it’s important to try. If you get angry yourself, it will only make the situation worse.
  1. Talk to your ex about their anger problem in a calm and rational way. This isn’t always easy, but it’s important to try to communicate with them about what’s going on. Maybe there’s something that you can do to help them deal with their anger in a better way.
  1. Seek professional help if necessary. If your ex is having difficulty dealing with their anger in a healthy way, they may need professional help from a therapist or counselor.

What I learned from the experience: what I would do differently now

What I learned from the experience is that I should have left my ex husband sooner. I knew there was a problem with his anger, but I didn’t realize how bad it was until it was too late. If I had known then what I know now, I would have left him before things got so out of control.

I also learned that it’s important to have a support system in place when dealing with an abusive partner. I was lucky enough to have friends and family who were there for me when things got tough, but not everyone is so lucky. If you’re in a situation like I was, reach out to someone you trust for help.

Finally, I learned that it’s possible to move on from an abusive relationship. It takes time and effort, but it is possible. If you find yourself in a similar situation, don’t give up hope.


In conclusion, I would like to say that taming the mad dog is not an easy task. It requires a lot of patience, understanding and love. However, it is possible to do it and I am living proof. If you are in a situation where you are being abused by your partner, please seek help. There are many resources available to you and you deserve to be happy and safe in your own life.

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Mike Farrier possesses over 18 years of hands-on experience in software and web development, SEO, social media marketing, eCommerce, and digital marketing. He has been active in the online domain since 2019, serving as a seasoned SEO and digital marketing consultant.