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Old 02-10-2018, 06:27 PM   #11
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For God's sake listen to Nicole,she's right!
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Old 02-10-2018, 08:06 PM   #12
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Could you clarify by what you mean that you that you don't have any contact with your family. Is that because you don't want to have contact with them, or is it because your husband won't allow for you to have contact with them?
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Old 02-11-2018, 03:42 PM   #13
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because my mother is hard to deal with and she calls me by my birthname instead of my female name witch i told her it upsets me to hear my birthname she will not call me by my male name ( av changed my name once ( twice next week) because my birthname upsets me so much am changing my name to a male name my mother has no idea am trans am not even out to her as she is a bigot and calls me an attetion seeker for having mental health problems ) i have stop talking to her for this reason my sister also dont give a monkeys about me and put all her issues on to me my husband feels she caughting problems with my mental health
my husband is my carer the fact i have mental health issues and how my mental health is i cant have money on me because i end up buying things like blades and other stuff i have OD'D in the past due to me having money and buying things i shouldnt
my husband gets very frustrated with me he hits things as a way to express himself
i have OCD and there are times when i go in curles on the same subject we have delt with weeks before me bring them back up because i get triggered in to thinking that
way i know he shouldnt be hitting door s etc
i am now scared to bring up the fact with my pastor
I love my husband very much i dont help whats going on with my mental health i go around and around with the same subject we managed to deal with weeks before and managed to be stable again I get triggered by things
one of them being religious stuff

i dont want to leave him i want him to work on him self and get help for him
i dont want to hurt him
I love him
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This is an abusive relationship. Abuse is always about power and control over another. It is NOT about love. Abuse only just escalates statistically over time. He exerts control over you, he has been physical with you, he has become violent, and he isolates you -- all signs of an abusive relationship. It will only get worse over time. Leave this man ASAP however you can. Save yourself and your mental health!
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Thank you Astral for explaining the situation. Is your mental health provider aware of the problems you have with your husband?
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I agree with the others here, that this is a form of abuse and that you need to leave. The next question is is, where do you go? Do you have somewhere to go? Maybe someone you know in your mental health care team could help get you out of your situation?
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i cant leave he has my medication locked away , i have no money and i have no where to go and i cant look after myself at all
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Call the National Domestic Violence hotline.....you can also talk to a social worker; call a hospital.
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Her profile says that she lives in Scotland. I don't know if they have a National Domestic Violence Hotline there.
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