or is sometimes really an honest mistake ie:he was angry,wasnt thinking straight.can it just be a once off,or am i stupid for thinking so?Answer Question
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I believe that it TRULY depends on the man. My dad was EXTREMELY violent. He had anger issues and other emotional issues, though. I look at it this way, if America can give murderers a second chance (in cases of temporary insanity or manslaughter) it seems a bit silly that a man who temporarily loses control and acts out of emotion and hits somebody (regardless of gender) why don't THEY deserve a second chance? I also don't understand why it is acceptable for a woman to hit a man in the face (i.e. slapping) but if a man were to slap a woman in the face, it is spousal abuse. Not all men who hit once will hit again...IMO.
I WOULD leave the house for a while with my children while we ALL go through family counseling. He MAY have emotional issues that he needs to work out.
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