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    I think you should leave now too. You already don't feel good around him I'm sure you tense up as soon as he comes home. I know I would. That's no way to live.

    You do a lot as a mother and you never clock off. You are doing enough. More than enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    @CazHazKidz thanks for checking in.
    The situation is normal at the moment.
    Its not like our household is awful all the time, I am just sick of his outbursts and his lack of insight.
    Its almost like because he hates his job, everyone else must suffer.
    Anyway, I will be waiting around until we get into another 'discussion' about it and then if he continues being a jerk I will leave him to it for a while.
    He has been oddly calm and attentive over the weekend.
    I had been discussing the situation with my brother last week and he had wanted to talk to DH about it but I told him it wouldn't help the situation. I know my brother called him on Friday but I don't know what was discussed. Im waiting to hear back from my brother, hopefully he didn't open his fat mouth.
    Hugs. I know the feeling. It's not a fulfilling way to live, I remember just feeling so flat all the time. But I understand that when it's not 'bad' then it's just so easy to plod along the way you are.
    Just as long as you know that when/if you do decide to go, you have BH for support!

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    I remember feeling like that and worse with an ex. I think the hardest part is when they say so many nasty things and really mean them but once they cool off act like everything is ok and that you're supposed to forget about it because they have. But you can't. And you find yourself trying to fix whatever they say is wrong with you but its not ever enough because you're not really the problem. They are just using you as an emotional punching bag when they're not happy about whatever.

    I hope you find some sort of peace and happiness soon x

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    I would leave, if you can't leave for yourself then leave for your child. He will never stop speaking to you the way he does so imagine when your little one is older and has to witness that.
    He is sounds like an ar$ ehole (sorry) you deserve so much better than him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
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    So apt! I've said that to him before!!

    I've got an appointment with my counsellor in a fortnight. I will discuss it with her then.
    The good part is she is part of a women's centre so she will be a real help when I walk. She will be able to point me in whichever direction I need to go if we split split.


 

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