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Pat - posted on 06/12/2012
first of all, welcome to the family! is your boyfriend also saved? if not, i hate to say it,but if you are saved and he isnt, it is not going to be an easy road. being unequally yoked is not easy, and not the best thing for your walk... i certainly dont want to discourage you in your new faith, but this is something that may save you a lot of heartache later on. either way, if he is willing, pray with him. if not, pray for him..for his salvation, for his anger. for you.. you will benefit from reading and praying daily, even when you dont feel like it. i do hope your boyfriend lets go of his anger, and you stop hurting so much.
Tamara - posted on 06/13/2012
I agree that if your bf takes his anger out on you, you must get out of the relationship. It's not safe for you or any child(ren) you have. In addition to the comments below, I encourage you to find other moms with whom you can fellowship and give/receive encouragement. I'm a part of a MOPS group (Mothers of Preschoolers) and would encourage you to find a similar group in your area if possible. MOPS is Christian based, so you will find not only fellow moms with whom you can share your experiences, but also find nuggets of God's truth that will help you. Definitely being sure to seek help from Godly pastors/counselors will be key as with Him, all things are possible!
Neva - posted on 06/12/2012
First of all, are you safe? Does he take his anger out on you. If so, then you need to not be in this relationship. You cannot "fix" him. You can pray for him, you can suggest that he see a counselor, but you alone cannot change him. I think that you also would benefit from some counseling to sort out what you are feeling. Talk to your pastor or counselor. I will pray for you.
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