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    Sorry, but I would not set foot in a room with this man without police around. He sounds dangerously unstable, and is manipulating you emotionally. Using suicide as a threat is emotional abuse. He has abused you physically and mentally before. You clearly have a big heart, so have given him a chance to reform his behaviour.

    I think it's a good thing that he is not seeing his child. Please, please contact police if you haven't already done so, particularly as you are pregnant. You are responsible for your own well being and your children's well being, not his. Take care and keep safe.

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    Just thought I'd give an update. Went and seen the woman at relationships Australia, who was super nice and told me to ignore ex and wait for him to go to mediation or something then fight it. That was last Tuesday, on Saturday I got a msg from ex saying he missed DS and blah blah I didn't reply, then he writes again and says he had been past my house heaps and I haven't been home. This really freaked me out and I was considering going to the police and getting a restraint order out against him. But then thought I was overreacting! I haven't heard anymore since Saturday tho

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    it doesnt sound like an over-reaction. I would go to the police with his harrassing messages

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    I don't think you're overreacting either.

    Even if you just speak to the police to make them aware of the situation

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    Take all the messages etc to the police. He is stalking and harassing you and threatening to harm himself as a way of trying to intimidate you. All this falls under the umbrella of domestic violence. You should not be afraid to be in your own home.

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    I agree, go to the police! He sounds very unstable!

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    Get that AVO/PVO reinstated or a new one. Show the police his messages. Do it, don't wait.

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    Like pps have said, go to the police. Take everything with you.

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    please go to the police. do it for you and your son. I went to them. they were so good about everything. thankfully my ex has stopped driving past the house and calling me. but if he was to start again I have to go to the police and get an avo. your ex has crossed to many boundries and needs stopping. please call or go to them, speak to the domestic violence liaison officer because he is mentally and emotionally abusing you. hugs xx

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    When my ex and I first separated he would drive past my house and follow me in his car. He told me and will still tell the kids that he's going to kill himself, he blames me for everything. I went to the police and they basically called him and told him what he was doing was not on and he stopped.

    Please go to the police !

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