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    No, no, no. He isn't indirectly doing anything - he sounds like he knows full well what he is doing, he also sounds like an alcoholic. Even if you think you aren't strong enough to leave, this is just as much about your kids as it is you - and seeing this type of relationship is not healthy. I hope you find your strength.

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    The kids are being naughty ATM and he is trying disaplin them all the while his is indirectly having a go at me the same time ....oh your just like your Mother....everyone does what they like in this house just like your Mother.....he's been drinking since 11am. ...he's had about 10 cans...

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    Please take care of yourself, and don't be afraid to reach our to a shelter, DV support it the police if you need it. They are there to help you.

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    OP are you in Victoria? If you are, WIRE is a good resource. (I am not sure if they are statewide or national, sorry) please talk to someone who can help you, nobody should have to put up with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauzy View Post
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    http://www.dvconnect.org

    1800 811 811

    They will help you. They're 24/7 please get in contact with them.
    OP please keep these details handy. There is also a women's refuge in New Farm but DV Connect will have details of others not listed.

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    OMFG...because you're breathing? Keep breathing! Take lots of deep breaths. This is his problem not yours. You say you're safe physically, so stay put and start thinking about how you'll get out of there. I might get flamed for that but I really mean it. There's no need to let things escalate, just keep your head down and start making your plans.

    You deserve better. Your kids deserve better. Go and open your own bank account tomorrow. Please keep coming back and let us know that you're safe. If someone can get so angry over a conversation about fricken Fleetwood Mac then they are unstable. It's ok. It's ok. Bide your time and get your exit plan sorted...

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    I am not one to answer threads on bubhub saying leave your husband - because relationships are complex and I don't want to make judgements on situations I don't know anything about

    But in this case I am imploring you LEAVE HIM. He is abusive. You deserve better. Your kids deserve better.

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    The thing that makes me so lost is that I did nothing ....imagine what would happen if I did anything wrong....

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    Please make plans to leave this emotional abusive man. You are not a pinching bag for him to abuse when he feels like it. Please get out. You deserve so much better

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    He is an alcoholic and at this point you are exposing your children to this behaviour. You must separate yourself from him ASAP.

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    All of this bc you didn't know the dude's name in Fleetwood Mac? (not that even a 'good' reason warrants this behaviour, nothing does... but wtf?)

    Sorry OP, I'm going to be blunt. He sounds like an abusive drunk. I grew up in that environment and I'm still affected by it in my mid 30's. 10 cans depending on the spirit can be up to 20 standard drinks.

    Get yourself and your kids out of there ASAP.

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