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Hello and thank you for using JustAnswer. How old is your husband? Has he considered going to therapy or taking any medication for his behavior? Also you did not ask a question in your statement ,so may I ask what is your specific mental health question that you would like an answer to in regards ***** ***** situation?
Unfortunately it is not up to you to make him stop. Just like you are the only person in control of your behavior and actions, he is the only person in control of his actions and that means only he can choose to stop this behavior towards you. You can say and do everything right and be the most perfect individual out there, but in the end the decision is up to him to stop the behavior. Given that the irritability from his MS may be causing this, I would recommend that he see a psychiatrist for a possible medication management or consider going to therapy to better control his behavior, but he has to be willing to do these things.