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    Hey Brimm,

    How are you going? Has much changed with your DH? What about the study plans?

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    Hi Brimm,
    Still thinking of you as well.

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    Hello everyone,

    Just a small update. Nothing positive to really talk about in relation to my personal life with my husband. It's going on close to 16 weeks with no intimacy and as you can imagine it hasn't sat well with me. He finally agreed to see a counselor and we are also seeing a marriage counselor in the next 2 weeks.

    In terms of careers, I've been applying for full time positions the past few months and finally heard back from 2 in the same day. I am still keen to go back to University and study Physiotherapy so doing everything in my power to make that eventuate.

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    Sorry to hear nothing has changed

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    Sad to hear nothing has changed Brimm xx

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    Sorry to hear Brimm, hope the councillng helps you.

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    Your husband sounds like a real ******. Let him leave!

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    So it happened... My husband approached me on Saturday and told me he no longer loved me, that it was over. I asked if we could please try, try for my mum who witness us marry, he said no.

    It's all my fault. I verbally and physically abused him over the years we were together. I took him for granted and was so horrible to him. Called him every name under the sun and hit him so many times.... I cN never forgive myself as all I had to do was try a bit harder.

    I am so lost

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    Brimm it is def not all your fault. I know that there have been struggles for you for awhile.

    Take each day as it comes. Sending you strength xxxx

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    HES abused you. He's so good at his lies and manipulation that he's turned this around to shift the blame to you! You are not 100% to blame for this.
    You need to talk to someone to process it all. I suggest someone who specialises in domestic abuse. Not that you are thinking about a new relationship right now but if you don't sort it out then you'll continue to fall victim to low life scums who believe it's ok to abuse another human and it's ok to manipulate them into thinking that they are the victim and you are the aggressor http://m.whiteribbon.org.au/finding-help

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