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I dared my husband to hit me. *UPDATE*

Posted by Anonymous   + Show Post

So my husband and I started arguing. it was over something stupid I am sure. Anyway I was eventaully able to prove him wrong in the matter and he got really pissed at me. I had dropped the subject after I proved him wrong. Wasnt rubbing it in, wasnt trying to hold it over him or anything. Well he got more angry than I have ever seen him. He pulled his fist back to hit me. I told him that if he hit me  he had damn well be prepared for the consequences. 

He started swinging forward and I kicked him in the nuts as hard as I could. He dropped like a rock. I walked out and while he was laying on the floor I threw some of his shit into a bag and tossed it out the front door. When he was able to stand I kicked his ass out as well. 

I havent decided if I am going to file for divorce yet. We will have to wait and see if he learned his lesson. I will NOT lay there and take his shit. I be he knows that now.

so that whiney little bitch is already calling me. Begging for me to take him back. I plan on going tomorrow to the police station and filing a report. Then I am headed to the lawyers.

Posted by Anonymous on Nov. 19, 2012 at 6:22 PM
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by on Nov. 20, 2012 at 11:17 AM

"If someone cocks back to hit you you have a right to get them away from you."  You have the right to get away from them, not hit them.  Turn around and go to another room, leave the house, etc.  Neither of you have a right to hit the other.

Quoting tndsmomma28:

Actually, you DON'T have that right.  No one has the right to put their hands on someone else in an aggressive way.  That's assault.  She didn't even have the MORAL right (whatever the hell that means) to hit him.  Also, btw, cops don't really deal in "morals".  The deal in legalities.  She broke the law, he didn't.

Quoting Anonymous:

Morally she had the right to hit him. It was self defense. If someone cocks back to hit you you have a right to get them away from you.

Quoting tndsmomma28:

That doesn't mean that she had the right to hit him.  The law doesn't account for size difference.  She could be literally half his size, but that doesn't mean that she gets to hit him.

Quoting Anonymous:

Because he is bigger and stronger and she most likely had no way of restraining him like a man could with a woman that was about to hit him.

Quoting tndsmomma28:

Just to play devil's advocate here.... If the roles were reversed and she balled up her fists like she was going to hit him and he kicked her, would you be feeling the same?  Why is it ok for a her to hit him, even though he didn't lay a hand on her?  That's not self defense.  



by on Nov. 20, 2012 at 11:18 AM
That's good you didn't put up with his shit! Many women would just sit there and let themselfs get beat (all because there excuse is he is stronger then me) . My ex did but his hands on me , and yes i was stupid to not leave . Well after so much i finally got tired and started fighting back! No bs he stoped hitting me.
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by Platinum Member on Nov. 20, 2012 at 11:24 AM
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 That was whyI said what I said about her situation because she didnt get hit, she hit him, I wish her luck in what ever she does though @ mamom01. This is a very confusing thing to go thru because their is the law and sometimes it doesnt work for the victim. this is a sad world we live in.   OH Im sorry i read your comment wrong He can report that she actually hit him.

Quoting mamom01:


Him raising his fist to you is not acceptable, but if he didn't actually touch you...what exactly are you reporting to the police?

Quoting mrspeterrabbit:

 I hope this goes your way mama, but technically if I read the post and update right he didnt hit you, you hit him. He might be able to press charges on you even though he was the one that was going to hit you. Again I hope it goes your way GL.



by Platinum Member on Nov. 20, 2012 at 12:23 PM

 This whole thing is sad. Honestly, I say divorce, based on your post and the replies, you are not in a marriage, you and dh may be playing house with paperwork, but you're not ready for the real thing.

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