Lets say you deeply love someone... in an extremely addictive way. You're with this person, and you know that they love you too.... but this person is doing more bad than good for you. You don't want to leave them because you love them and because they do "some" good things for you, but the bad things are beggining to out weigh the good. You have matured enough to realize what would help you help yourself out of your own dark hole... and you realize that the thing that would help the most would be to get out of the relationship you are currently in. Perhaps not permanently because you really love the person and want them in your life, but you need to get out of the situation for a while until you become more stable. You get the nerve to talk to the person about this, and instead of responding in sadness and regret, they respond with anger. With yelling and pointing out things that you do wrong as if you are a horrible person for trying to break away for a while. They say extremely horrible things to you, things that someone who wanted to kill you would say. What does this tell you about the person who's responding with anger? Do you know/have you known anyone like this in the past? Do you have experience in this situation? I would like a discussion on the matter. The example I have given above does not reflect my current relationship 100%, but this discussion will help my current problem.