3. George continuously interrupted my sleeping. ... After I adjusted to his sleeping patterns by moving my head to the end of the bed near his feet so that I would have more room for my shoulders, he would complain that I didn't like to sleep with him, and that I needed to learn how to sleep with my husband.Yeah, she needed to learn to sleep with her husband. Or relearn. She slept with me just fine for the first several years. She also complains:
5. Insisted that I leave the car keys in the car ignition, instead of on my body.Yes, I did ask her to leave the car keys in the car when it was parked in the garage. That's what I did. The problem was that sometimes I'd want to go somewhere, and I'd be unable to find the car keys because she had pocketed them. Leaving them in the car seemed like a practical solution to me.
Here's another one:
7. When I try to leave his house with the children, frequently George follows us to the car, and hangs inside a car doorway. We can't leave until he decides to shut the door. This could take a couple of minutes.Maybe I loved my family and I wanted to say goodbye to them?
This stuff goes on for many pages. Keep in mind that these are domestic violence allegations. Go figure. I am not the crazy one.