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I did something I regret

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About 45 mins ago my baby (6 months) woke up from a night terror. I didn't know this until I researched it later. While he was screaming bloody murder and crying bf was yelling at me and getting me flustered. It's like him yelling at me was more important than the baby and I was trying to make him see that it's not about us. I didn't know what to do for my son and in high intense situations I tend to freak out and get anxiety. Bf wouldn't leave me alone and let me tend to the baby so I punched him in the face to get his attention and make him realize my seriousness that he needs to leave me alone. I feel bad but I don't know what to do or say other than "sorry" which isn't much. Help!
Posted by Anonymous on Feb. 21, 2013 at 3:33 AM
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 4 on Feb. 21, 2013 at 3:59 AM
Oh god...here we go


Quoting D.O.E.:

Quoting Anonymous:

I wouldn't apologize. He deserved it







So the next time your yelling and being an ass it would be fine and dandy for your dh or so to punch you in the face then right? Ok. Cool.

pennerb538
by on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:00 AM
I woulda smacked the fucker in the back of the head.
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sandra_t00
by ChaChi on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:01 AM
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Oh please. Don't get it twisted. I just don't understand how people think assaulting someone is ok. How sad that you think that way.

Quoting Anonymous:

Damn straight. If I ever went crazy insane on him I hope he would. He's never laid a hand on me so it would have to be pretty bad for him to do it. Lol you ladies get your granny panties bunched soooo easily. Comical



Quoting sandra_t00:

So next time you get all crazy and shit you deserve to get punched in the face by your SO/husband/whatever right?





Quoting Anonymous:

I wouldn't apologize. He deserved it
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 5 on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:02 AM
Like I said to begin with two wrongs does not make a right. And in the eyes of the police. If he would have hit her back they both would have went to jail for domestic violence. He wouldn't have got off on self defence.


Quoting sandra_t00:

What she did.is assault. Doesn't matter if it was just a punch. If he decided to do something about it, then that would be on her for assaulting him first.



Quoting Anonymous:

Sure if she would have said that she was beating him up. Him hitting her back would have just made things worse.






Quoting sandra_t00:

He has every right to defend himself from assault.















Quoting Anonymous:

Yep cause that's what we want to teach the child that two wrongs make a right. SMDH.










Quoting sandra_t00:

You should have been punched back.



Anonymous
by Anonymous 2 on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:03 AM
Awwww I know. So sad :( lol

Quoting sandra_t00:

Oh please. Don't get it twisted. I just don't understand how people think assaulting someone is ok. How sad that you think that way.



Quoting Anonymous:

Damn straight. If I ever went crazy insane on him I hope he would. He's never laid a hand on me so it would have to be pretty bad for him to do it. Lol you ladies get your granny panties bunched soooo easily. Comical





Quoting sandra_t00:

So next time you get all crazy and shit you deserve to get punched in the face by your SO/husband/whatever right?







Quoting Anonymous:

I wouldn't apologize. He deserved it
Anonymous
by Anonymous 1 - Original Poster on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:03 AM
Actually in my state I would only have gone to jail if he 1) pressed charges or 2) showed signs of assault in the case that he didn't press charges. If he hits me whether i hit him first or not he still goes to jail too.

Quoting sandra_t00:

What she did.is assault. Doesn't matter if it was just a punch. If he decided to do something about it, then that would be on her for assaulting him first.



Quoting Anonymous:

Sure if she would have said that she was beating him up. Him hitting her back would have just made things worse.






Quoting sandra_t00:

He has every right to defend himself from assault.















Quoting Anonymous:

Yep cause that's what we want to teach the child that two wrongs make a right. SMDH.










Quoting sandra_t00:

You should have been punched back.


sandra_t00
by ChaChi on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:04 AM
That's not always true.

Quoting Anonymous:

Like I said to begin with two wrongs does not make a right. And in the eyes of the police. If he would have hit her back they both would have went to jail for domestic violence. He wouldn't have got off on self defence.




Quoting sandra_t00:

What she did.is assault. Doesn't matter if it was just a punch. If he decided to do something about it, then that would be on her for assaulting him first.





Quoting Anonymous:

Sure if she would have said that she was beating him up. Him hitting her back would have just made things worse.








Quoting sandra_t00:

He has every right to defend himself from assault.



















Quoting Anonymous:

Yep cause that's what we want to teach the child that two wrongs make a right. SMDH.












Quoting sandra_t00:

You should have been punched back.



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Anonymous
by Anonymous 5 on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:10 AM
TWO WRONGS DOES NOT MAKE A RIGHT. at least that's what I teach my kids. And a real man was taught not to hit a women. Just walk away.


Quoting sandra_t00:

That's not always true.



Quoting Anonymous:

Like I said to begin with two wrongs does not make a right. And in the eyes of the police. If he would have hit her back they both would have went to jail for domestic violence. He wouldn't have got off on self defence.






Quoting sandra_t00:

What she did.is assault. Doesn't matter if it was just a punch. If he decided to do something about it, then that would be on her for assaulting him first.







Quoting Anonymous:

Sure if she would have said that she was beating him up. Him hitting her back would have just made things worse.










Quoting sandra_t00:

He has every right to defend himself from assault.























Quoting Anonymous:

Yep cause that's what we want to teach the child that two wrongs make a right. SMDH.














Quoting sandra_t00:

You should have been punched back.




3xangel
by *Angelicious* on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:13 AM
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You hypocritical bitches are ridiculous. Doesn't matter if it was one punch or a beating this pathetic excuse of a woman is an abuser. Period. If it was vice versa you ho's would be telling her to call the cops, but because she's smaller and has a vagina she gets a pass for hitting him? Wtf. He should leave her and take his child with him.
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Anonymous
by Anonymous 5 on Feb. 21, 2013 at 4:16 AM
Yea that would make it worse. Hormones go wild plus having small baby. Maybe some meditating and self control reading might help out. He will forgive you. We all do stupid things sometimes. Just give him time. Is the baby OK now.


Quoting Anonymous:

No no black eye. It was more of a close fisted hit than a punch. Im quite small compared to him so it wasn't with force or anything. That doesn't make it better just giving you a better picture. This is our first child. He's going to AA and I told him we needed counseling long before this. It's like he needs maturity counseling though. I know I may benefit from anger management but I don't think I necessarily "need" it. I'm pregnant so my anxiety is 50 times worse and it's like he does it on purpose. Idk.



Quoting Anonymous:

Did it hurt him. Like black eye or something. He should have left you alone to tend to ds. But you need to learn to control your emotions. Is this your first baby? If so definitely some anger management for you because this is just the beginning. I would just leave bf alone for a while. Sit down and talk in the morning. Good luck.

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