Our expert says:
You don't mention his age ; as some people get older, they may suffer a degree of senility in which their degree of self-control diminishes and they can be more tactless and hurtful without fully realizing what they've said or done. More often, such a change in behaviour is due to the disinhibiting effects of alcohol, maybe drugs, whether street drugs or over-the-counter remedies being abused.
But when you say he CAN clearly control his temper and manners when speaking to other women,. this sounds more personal. Yet, from your comments, his underlying anger is seemingly apparent to others. The troule is, whatever is bothering him, he can only be helped if HE recognizes this is a problem and seeks help sincerely.
I suppose if you quietly say to him that these comments are insulting and hurtful, he is displeased, and denies it ? At an age above the 30's, spontaneous change for the better isn't likely, unfortunaely.
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