surely its her decision to hang up when shes ready? (even if he makes her cry)
What concerns me (and scares me) is that when one goes into a emotional turmoil, it can have a very adverst effect on one's current medical condition. She's prone to depression and also, she has high blood pressure problems. I'm just afriad that he could somehow cause her to become more sicker and maybe even die.
you said he is a product of previous marriages abuse in an earlier post, so your wife is probably quite torn over the way he's turned out.
He is, his dad is the biggest a-hole the planet, from all the stories my wife told me about him. Did I ever say that at one time this little frack used a broken steel handled broomstick and whack her stump leg with it? And he also hit her over the head and left a dent in it. Thank god she has a hard head, he could've killed her.
He also beat her up severly while she was pregnant with my step son. He's brought nothing but hell to the family. He molested his daughter twice while growing up. My wife discovered that she was molested at the age of 2 because she noticed her behavioral changes at that age when she was changing her diapers, she thought it was strange, but didn't think much of it until way later. He did it again when she was 12 with her sitting next to him on the couch and he ran his hand up her dress and fondled her. (I swear if he ever shows up at my doorstep, he's gonna wish he never had)
Oh she also told me that he called his ex-wife late one night after they got divorced while drunk and threaten to molest her daughter again if she didn't answer the phone.
the best thing you can do if he makes her cry is give her a big cuddle afterwards with no ''i told you so's'' , that way youre not being the ogre keeping her from her son and he's the one making her cry not you.
I hold her everyday, her hand, a hug, you name it. I'm there no matter what. I don't even have to say a word to her, just us being together says more than words can express.