NOT be in their best interests. Please stop thinking about leaving as ripping your kids from their home. Start thinking about leaving as setting your kids up in a healthy environment where they are going to learn to be good friends, good sons, good spouses, good citizens. If you don't lead them to a healthy environment their little souls will start to wither away bit by bit.
If you asked would your DH leave the house and let you stay with the kids? If not please contact one of the DV support services and seek their advice. They can hook you up with emergency accommodation.
Hang in there.
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25-01-2016 17:28 #81-
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25-01-2016 17:35 #82
Please keep your kids with you. Who knows what things he would say to them if tou ledt them there.
Go to the police station and explain everything to them, they will be able to help you.
Even though you may not feel it right now, you are a strong woman and you can do this. Big hugs to you
25-01-2016 17:37 #83
don't leave the kids. he's going to twist that into making them believe you left because you don't care (not true of course, but he'll prey on this action and exploit it for his own gain).
take the kids and go to the police.
I'm so sorry this is happening to you x
25-01-2016 17:48 #84
He told me last night when I said that I will go he goes oh ok so your going to abandon your children are you. ..
25-01-2016 17:50 #85
You either need to take them with you, or you need to get him out hon. Either way, you and those kids have to stay together.
25-01-2016 17:52 #86
Oh and last night he had been drinking ....of cause ...and I went to bed with a glass of cola ... (it looks like the premix barcadi that I drink) and he has a go at me saying oh your going to add fuel to the fire are you ...Talk about hypocrite. ..
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25-01-2016 17:56 #87
In the nicest possible way hon, I really don't think very much of your husband. He is a nasty piece, if ever there was one.
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25-01-2016 17:59 #88
I know he is arrogant and sexist. ..he believes that all women in a separation or divorce are money hungry *****es and are always the ones to blame ..
25-01-2016 18:02 #89
I don't know your background but have you got no family or friends you can go to? a work colleague even that you're close with?
he sounds like a total piece of sh.t
25-01-2016 18:04 #90
Please talk to Centrelink and find out what you're entitled to. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN!! This could mess them up for life. You're a package deal.
God he has broken you so much. Even if you take them and fly to your family, put the flights on credit card or ask your family for help.
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