I have had nothing but bad experiences except one. I met him at the bus station in LA, right after I left my Hubby. He became my best friend andI so totally miss him. I'm re-married to my ex hubby, but he likes to hit when he's mad. My ex boyfriend knew how to treat women.....I miss him so much. I just don't know if this shit is worth it anymore....my guilt keeps me here. wew have two daughters together. Parents and friends say this is where I should be. I think a little bit different...He never compliments me, even though I try to look nice for him, and him only. He never says I'm a good mom or good wife. I'm almost at the end of my personal rope, but my church-goimg family and his, think we should stayt together, even though this is the second go around. We got divorced two years ago and then last year got re-married. He's like a black hole that hope can't ever reach even though I try with all my might...
This is so hard....
Asked by Anonymous at 12:44 AM on Feb. 17, 2011 in Relationships
Leave him. Especially if he's hitting you. They will tell you to stay for your kids but you're only showing your daughters that's it's okay for men to hit them. If you want to do what's best for you and your kids, set the example that violence directed at you will not be tolerated by walking out and taking them with you. It's important to be strong. My mother walked away from my father for cheating and she never looked back. I have so much respect for her for that. She taught me to be strong. To stand up for myself and that I don't have to define myself by a man. And you know what they say hun. All the good ones are either gay, taken or fictional. I wish you the best of luck.
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