We got into a fight, he was drunk. He shoved me against a wall a few times. 911 was called. he was arrested. there is a no contact order now. I'm going thru classes to lift the order.
Is it possible to take something like this and make a relationship stronger. Given the right direction can it work? There isn't anything on the internet or anywhere for help to work together after it all. Everybody is hell bent on the leave him run away idea. I know what the damn stats are.
Have you been able to move forward after a bad fight that involved physical contact. **note he did not hit me, he shoved me. Yes it was wrong. He does not drink, he did that night because it was new years. We have not been able to talk since new years. His mom says he is heartbroken over it all and wants me to know he is going to counseling and church and doing whatever it will take to make life right for us.**
Asked by Anonymous at 10:58 PM on Jan. 5, 2010 in Relationships
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Answer by ArmyWifeMomof3 at 11:42 PM on Jan. 5, 2010
Yes I have and we both had to agree to do a whole lot of work. My husband shoved me too and spent the night in jail. In the long run, it didn't work out. He wasn't wiling to do the work. I agree with admckenzie. You should educate yourself on the cycles of domestic violence. To be aware is to be alive. Hopefully, you won't see this pattern in your relationship. Drinking or drugging are bandages covering much deeper issues. Granted, you said he doesn't drink. That doesn't negate the fact that something niggling lies beneath his surface and it took alcohol to bring it to the forefront. Until those issues are addressed, the monster will rear his ugly head again and it gets stronger each time.
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