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    Default Really need some positive vibes.

    So here I am living at mums. After leaving my controlling, manipulative and emotionally abusive partner of 3 years as my family have begged me to.

    Now I have an alcoholic father who is practically disowning me for "using" him as a "cash cow". And a patronising, alcoholic mother who is apparently extremely ****ed off at me for f*** knows what reason and has spent the last 30 minutes telling my 2 alcoholic brothers how I'm using HER and how awful I am.

    Just now my 20yo brother who.is the laziest bludger I have ever met, and who has a major God complex just came to lecture ME on how it is entirely my own fault that I'm stressed out as I dont want to help myself!!!!!

    How f***ing DARE he!!!! Yes, there are many people worse off than me but does this make any of this sh!t painless, or easy? So done with life right now, and "family".

    DD has gone to ex-DP's for the night too. And I have a horrible.migraine. So it is SO not the night for them to pull this ****.

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    Oh Hun sounds like your in a rough patch, the only way is up from here .
    Hun you need to get you and your daughter out of that house ASAP, it doesn't sound like that type of environment is good for you both.
    If I were in your shoes and I'm not saying you should do this but I would pick a place far away from them but close enough so your DD gets to still have contact with her father and move, a change sounds like it needed.
    Sending you lots of hugs.

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    Hugs, hugs, hugs.
    I'm so sorry you're having to go through this. I hate to hear that your family isn't being very loving and supportive. Wish I could come on over with a bottle of champagne and chocolates so you can vent.
    Do you have any friends you might be able to stay with?
    Leaving an abusive relationship is such a huge positive step, so you should be proud of yourself honey. I hope there's somebody else you're close to who would be a lot more supportive. xxx

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    Thankfully we all just had a nice big cry together so that helped.

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    I'm so sorry are you living with your family? I would HIGHLY recommend leaving! Even if it means going to a shelter, that environment sounds extremely unsafe and unhealthy for you and your DD.

    Are you seeing a counsellor? They can be worth their weight in gold.

    Good on you for getting out of your abusive relationship!! It's such a hard thing to do, you should be very proud of yourself



 

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