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    • #18353
      betterdays
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      For not contacting him. I’m thinking should I at least be on speaking terms. But there again been there before and I’m ok for first day or so then these angry feelings come over me and reminders of what he’s done. So jumbled had an awful weekend. X

    • #18354
      SaharaD
      Participant

      Hi betterdays I’m sorry that you had an awful weekend.

      For some people weekends are the worst. I work on weekends and I’m only up because I came back from a date so I can meet my carer early this morning.

      Don’t feel guilty for protecting yourself and kids.

      That’s what I think. Self protection and preservation when I think I should be in contact with my abusive husband.

      We are better off no contact.

    • #18361
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      I agree with SaharaD, Betterdays, no contact is the way forward.

      No guilt required – he’s the only one who needs to feel that.

      You need to feel proud of the brave, generous, kind spirit you have and share with your difficult boys.

      We see it, they know it.

      Do you know, I wish I’d had a mum like you 🌺

      Much love S xx

    • #18384
      Confused123
      Participant

      Hi HUn

      U have nothing guilty to feel about, the no contact is in place to make u stronger and so he cant reach u or kids

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