verbal abuse and emotional abuse

Daneara - posted on 07/06/2016 ( 7 moms have responded )

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Hie my name is neara,and I'm new to this site,I'm am 5 months preagnant,and I'm just looking for some answers and help,,,,well I'm in a a verbal abusive relationship with my husband and emotional,,,he's always talking really down and nasty too me,,,saying he don't no why he do what he do,,,,he always talking about being with another woman and talking about how he's gonna treat my 7 year old son from my unborn,I don't no what his problem is,I just want out of this relationship,,,but I'm scared to leave because I'm preagnant,and I don't think that I could do it by my self raiseing my boys,,,he make me feel down depress and worthless,,,i stayed up untill 5am in the morning crying,,,i even told him how i feel but yet his replies are im tired,,,or your turning me off,,,please I need help,and I don't no what to do or where too start

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Daneara - posted on 07/08/2016

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Im am so really hurt right now,,,,So tonight was worse night for me tonight,,,,,i went through some verbally terrible abuse with my husband tonight,,,earlier things were fine,,,,but tonight things gotten out of control with his hurtful words,,,,,I'm an 5 months preagnant,,,, and my husband tells me he hates me and he hope I die in my sleep,,,,please help what should i do,,,,because it's obvisly he doesn't care about me or his unborn,,,or neither my 7 year old son,,,what should i do

Hannah - posted on 07/07/2016

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I wish you the very best and that you should be very proud of the women that you are, you can do it. The journey ahead will not be easy but it will make you stronger and wiser as Well as giving you a sense of peace. You deserve love not destruction. Remember that you and those children are worth it, don't let anyone tell you otherwise.

Daneara - posted on 07/07/2016

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Thank you for responding back to me,,,,,,,that was so uplifting and couraging to my mind body and soul,,,,I'm am going to take the the first step,,,and do what's best for me and my new baby boy,,,I've been planning on how I'm am going to leave,,,,without him noeing,,,,I believe that I'm doing the right thing,,,,we've been togeather for 9 years,,,but my love for him has grown apart,,,,because his hurtful words made it like that,,,,I'm hurt scared,,,,but I no that god will take care of me and my 2 boys,,,,I have a 7 year old aitisum little boy,,,,,who I love with all my heart,,,,and I'm not gonna let anyone hurt him,,,,but I no on our new move with just me and my 2 boys will give me peace within my self,,,,,

Littlestarsmum - posted on 07/07/2016

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I’m so sorry to hear about your situation, Neara. My heart just ached as I read your post, and wish I could give you a hug - I just cannot imagine going through what you're experiencing. It's pretty obvious that you care so much for your kids. I just said a prayer for you and I hope that God will provide the comfort and help you need at this time. Do you think it would help to speak with a counselor? It might be worth trying. Hope everything goes well with you. Hugs & prayers!

Hannah - posted on 07/06/2016

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Hi there beautiful
My name is Hannah, I am a mother of 3 with baby number 4 on the way. My first ever relationship was a dv relationship I when through 2 years of mental abuse on top of bein hit around, choked to the point where I loose consciousnes, threatened with knives swords and machetes, held by knife point, kept detained against my will and statutory rape. Bein pregnant with my eldest gave me the strength to leave.
I learnt that whilst my physical injuries heeled, my mental ones remained. Words can have a lot of power, especially when they come from someone you love. I know your scarred of bein alone and raising 2 children as a single mum but you under estimate yourself and the strength you wield, bein a mother only tends to help this strength. Your not a quitter if you walk away, because if that is how he treats you then he dose not deserve the gift of the little family that he has in you and those children, you and the children deserve better then that. My suggestion is that you try to link up with a dv councillor of sorts, from there they can give you not only great advise and guidance but also be able to help get you out of there. You may love him you may be scared but your also worth a hell of a lot more then your getting. Believe in your self worth. Take it from a survivor when I say the road is rocky for a while but the grass is greener on the other side

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