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    I just don't get it. We have been fine for years and now that I'm pregnant it's like he hates me. We had a (TMI) very active sex life which for the past 4 months hasn't even existed and we don't even kiss.

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    I'm sorry you're going through this

    Leaving isn't always the solution, but in your case I would. Even if it's just for a few days. Go and stay with your family, clear your mind and think about what you want in your relationship, atleast for the sake of this baby.

    If your dh can't understand that you need a break because everything is taking its toll on you, he wouldn't be showing consideration for you and your unborn baby and, quite frankly, I wouldn't want to hang around.

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    Thanks everyone.

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    I don't have much more too add other than I agree with everyone who says leave.
    It will give you some space and time to see things clearly and hopefully he will realise he needs to sharpen up.
    I also want to send along some hugs and let you know that we are all here for you

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    Just having replies makes it feel better

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    Hey darling I just read in another thread how old you are.... I'm not ageist but you're pretty young to be taking on / mothering his three boys. I don't think you should be taking crap like that from him either.

    Sounds like he's difficult to talk to at the moment, but he either gets his sh1t together or you stand up for yourself and get outta there. You have to do what is best for you and your coming baby.

    Hugs best of luck x

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    Sounds like he is stressed or something but he needs to learn to deal with it a lot better and he needs to get control over his children, it is never ok for a child to hit an adult and being angry because you didnt leave the kid behind? I would just go somewhere until he opens his eyes, if he cant care for the 3 boys send them to their mother if you can

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    I'm sorry he is being an idiot!!

    You don't deserve to put up with his immature behaviour. What was his initial reaction when you found out you were pregnant?

    I agree with the other lovely ladies, you need to go stay somewhere for a few days. If he says that if you leave don't come back or whatever then he isn't the one for you. It's all threats and abuse which has no place in a loving relationship.

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    Abusive, leave, leave now and don't look back, it will most likely only get worse.

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