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Cut the strings that bind you to this sick person. Be good to yourself and move on and up. His life will be very hard for him, don't let it be that way for you a moment longer. Live your own life. Start a new hobby. and get moving in the right direction. You can find a nice guy without so many ghosts. Good luck to you. God bless. I'm here if you wan...
Thanks so much Junip. and Addictedto Love, yes, a person that can't care about themselves and whose destiny it seem is to harm themselves, has little to give to another. I'm sorry. Keep strong and don't let this affect your core confidence. Don't let it make you sick. Alanon may help, if you give it a chance.
It is always darkest before the dawn.
How does anyone get over any abuse of their love and trust? Great question to ask here. I was abused by my father and first husband. Both have passed on from this life. At 50 plus years of age I can say this. These men were lovable in their own way, but there was something that had nothing to do with me, that was broken in their lives, in their abilities to r...
Feb 25, 2015 in the Relationships Community - 5
If I was your age, and dating, someone that might become my spouse, I would get involved in an exercise program together, try yoga if you haven't already. Also , there's new information out there about health and nutrition. Cancer rates are soaring because the Food Guide is totally out of date. For instance, the salt that they say you can have every...
Nov 24, 2014 in the Abuse Support Community - 6
Thanks for the reply. Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Hope you are well. Listen girl, it is far more important that you are in a loving, caring environment for yourself, and this baby. You need to stay with your mom, where you are , or move with her to Atlanta if that is what she is going to do. Moving could be the best new start for you and the bab...
Nov 24, 2014 in the Abuse Support Community - 4
I agree with Rock Rose. I don't think that you can prove rape, even to yourself. You went along with what was going on, even though it might have hurt, you remember the act, and you don't remember saying no. If a sex act is occurring and you don't say NO, then it is concentual. and since you were in a black out (at times) you don't now...
Nov 24, 2014 in the Abuse Support Community - 3
I agree with everything that Anniebrooke has said, plus a little something else. You cannot accept this behavior, because that is called enabling. That means that you allow him to continue down this path (by not leaving and/or insisting that he get's therapeutic help). I hope you do break up with him, and not worry one little bit about what anyone thinks...
Nov 18, 2014 in the Alcoholic, Living with an Community - 3
I'm wondering if you have kids at home with you, and if so, what it's doing to them? My husband and myself got clean and sober 15 years ago together. We often laugh (now that the nightmare is over) about the abuses. You'll never hear a gratefully recovering addict say that they regret getting sober. It's as much doable for your husband as...
Nov 18, 2014 in the Alcoholic, Living with an Community - 5
OK 1) I dont have to deal with it. I am a grown woman with a career and my head on straight. I take care of my kids,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I think this is the answer you're searching for. What is this action they are witnessing dong to them while they're growing? Are they going to be a statistic and go down the wrong path themselves? Get your kids in...