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Long story short my DH has been through the roughest two years of our lives together mainly outside events effecting our little family but due to this we had to move from a home and area we were happy in to the area he was bought up in and i know no one>
Due to what happened i had to cut myself off from family and he is the only person i know here... to months after our move we thought life was perfect and i miscarried at three months, i have two from a previous as does he and this kinda spirialed things downwards.
i got low he took over i had counselling and he has changed first it was shouting at me in front of kids, then it was every saturday thats my step children came over he would make a point of talking to me like s**t then picking on my four yr old, we moved closer to his children and then it got worse i fell pregnant (which we both wanted)
but its like his intemidation grew and grew he brings up things from the past and uses them against me in an argument he has stopped helping round the house he physically made me get out of the house with no shoes and without my kids... he grabbed me by the throat and shouted at me.
he says the same old lines i love you i'll change etc etc and although the physical stuff has stopped and he is trying can we ever really get over this????
He saw his mum and dad fight like this and yes i hold my hands up i push him and push him knowing that he will flip out he begs me to stop but its like a pattern now that i cant till he is right in my face shouting.
His dad used to beat him and he cant stand being pushed and i dont know why his behaviour has got like this, he doesnt drink or smoke he rarely goes out he is a fab husband and really is someone i love dearly but am i setting myself up for a fall cos they can never change???
Our baby is due in a few months and im confused do i make him leave or hope that he is really going to change???
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