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      Icandothis
      Participant

      How hes now on his second relationship and more to the point how anyone could want him. Hes there living happily no doubt telling her it were my fault while I still struggle with our son. He sometimes wonder if it were me at times… other times I’ve seen him and how he behaved with us and how hes nasty to his own mother… nearly (detail removed by moderator)  he robbed from me xx

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      Anonymous
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      I feel like this sometimes its hard not to feel bitter and resentful. When we feel we’ve been wronged and they live the easy life more often than not, not paying for what they did. You know the reality of living with him. Is it happy families or is she living how you once did. X

    • #120402
      gettingtired
      Participant

      Hi, sorry I can imagine this is really hard.
      However, what I’ve learnt about abusers is that they’ll never truly be happy and they gain more experience of abusing in every relationship so if anything their next victim usually ends up getting worse treatment.
      Even if they’re looking like happy families now, it’s the love bombing and the manipulation at the start. I bet his new victim will be in for it sooner or later.
      It’s no suprise if he’s blaming you, trying to get sympathy from her and painting himself as the victim.
      They’d only want him because he’s creating a false version of himself to lure them in x*x

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