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    I am going through a bit much right now. My baby’s father is living with me and our baby.  But we are not getting on at all, constant arguments he has been physical towards me and very verbal. I want out but he won’t leave my house, I understand he has now here to go at the moment but I don’t want it anymore.

    He is also saying that he won’t leave without my daughter because I’m an unfit mother according to him. She would be better off without me and I should drop dead. And I know if he takes her I won’t see her again. He’s horrible like that. I want to go thround a contact centre but I can’t have him in my home anymore it’s exhausting the arguing every single day. He’s a delusional idiot.

    Any help??

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    are there any moments when you can have an adult conversation? What are the triggers for the fights?

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    If your (ex) partner is being physically or verbally abusive and you’re scared, frightened – I’d take myself off to the bathroom and phone put it to video mode and record it. Request that he stops that behaviour and if he doesn’t I would suggest contacting the police.

    Or pop into a local station for advice.

    Contact Women’s Aid etc.

    Is he on the mortgage or tenancy agreement? Even if you’re not married he may actually have some occupancy rights.

    Hope this helps


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    Hello. This must be horrible for you. If he is being physically aggressive you need to get away somehow. X

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    Hi there

    Its important that if you are living in a situation where another person is being ‘physical’ to you that you get the right information and advice as soon as possible so you can make some informed choices about your situation. Womens Aid will be the appropriate agency here. They also run the National Domestic Violence Helpline.  Here are their details:

    • National Domestic Violence helpline – for support with regards to historic abuse  Freephone, 24-hour: 0808 2000 247

    • Women’s aid –

    Hope that helps, Justine


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