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How do you get over being afraid to leave your abusive relationship because you know he will cheat?

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2006-04-25 04:38:38
2006-04-25 04:38:38

Hon, I can bet my bottom dollar this guy is already cheating on you, so the only fear you should have at this point is getting away from him and becoming an independent young woman. You don't need him! There are Abused Women's Centers around, or, if he's not violent, just pack your bags when he's not around and move in with a relative or friend. This guy is a loser and the sooner you get rid of him the better. Abusive people are about control and they seldom change and 99% of them never seek professional help for their abusive behavior. Good luck Marcy

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