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    Nick35
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    So my husband and partner of 7 years, decided i’m not good enough for him. It’s been a long and difficult relationship that have emotionally drained me, but we had the kids and for some reason i have always found a way to survive another day. One week ago i just had enough and i have asked him to leave the house. I have decided that being rude towards me in front of our older child is not the way it should be. Ever since he is constantly on my nerves. Insulting me, making me feel like i’m less than i know i am. I’m a hard working mum. My kids are 4 and 2 and i’ve been back to work ever since they were 6 months old. I really work hard looking after other people’s kids while my kids are at pre school half a day and another half a day they are with him. I have given up so much just so i can give our kids a decent life and this miserable person had never appreciated me. What’s more he wishes me to die…how sad!!

    I wish i would have alternative so i wouldn’t depend on him, but i want to keep my job. I couldn’t do it if he wouldn’t mind them half a day. What to do? He is making it impossible for me. I just don’t want to deal with him anymore

    And the more i act like a grown up the more insulted i get! I have tried and tried to be patient but he’s reached the limit

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    Lola
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    Hi

    It sounds like you’re having a really difficult time.  I’m sure you’ll get lots of support through this forum. In the meantime, here’s a link to our information about looking after your emotional health.

     

    https://www.gingerbread.org.uk/information/you-and-your-childs-wellbeing/looking-after-your-emotional-health/

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    Lola
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    Hi

    It sounds like you’re having a really difficult time.  I’m sure you’ll get lots of support through this forum. In the meantime, here’s a link to our information about looking after your emotional health.

     

    https://www.gingerbread.org.uk/information/you-and-your-childs-wellbeing/looking-after-your-emotional-health/

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