I've been married for 7 yrs. Together we have a boy who's 6 & a daughter who's 4. I have an older son, now on his own, from a previous marriage, my husband has a teenage son who lives with his mother.
My husband has hated my son from day one. There's no reason for his jealousy, but he's flat out mean to him. I feel that I let my son down for not getting out of the relationship sooner. We've been together for 12 yrs.
My husband has been physically abusive & he's been arrested. Since his arrest 2 yrs ago, he hasn't been physically abusive, but the verbal abuse has gotten 10 times worse. And he's started to becoming intimidating now where he'll get right in my face & scream at me or bump me when he walks past when there was no reason to. I know it's signs that the physical abuse will start again eventually.
He's been arrested for allegedly exposing himself to a girl at his job. He was never fired. Can you believe that?! The girl kept showing up late for court & the Judge threw it out so there's no conviction but then I find out that he was arrested in 1987 for the same thing! Again, no conviction. But come on! A person is not usually accused of something like this once in a lifetime let alone twice! There has to be some kind of truth to it!
I've also gotten a call from a sheriff b/c my husband was emailing his son's teenage girlfriends. One of the parents found out & reported him. The officer just told him not to do it anymore & it was dropped.
I've seen sites on his (work) computer where he's gone to teenage porn sites & also beasiality sites.
This man sickens me... I don't trust him around our daughter at this point.
I'm at the point where I am going to file for divorce. The issue that I'm having right now & am asking for your input on is how do I get past the guilt? I'm disrupting my children's lives, I'll be moving them from a house to an apartment, a different school, away from their father (who really has very little to do with them anyway, but he's still their daddy in their eyes). I just feel so horrible for my children.