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    • #121100
      Pinkturtle
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      He something that belongs to me to one of his kids. Quite a large item, unsure if i can say under forum rules

      I was looking for it (removed by moderator).

      Apparently I wasn’t using it and I’d have said no if he asked.

      The other daughter was asking me about if I had one of these last month, it’s now clear she way and knew.

      I can’t even have my own belongings anymore, what do I even do about that

    • #121118
      Pinkturtle
      Participant

      This isnt the first time this has happened, it’s just normally smaller stuff. I caught him in my clothes a few months ago, when I asked what he was doing he said “(removed by moderator)” so now I have to hide said item as one day it will just go missing

    • #121119
      KIP.
      Participant

      Hi, he won’t ever change and he’s deliberately doing these things to upset you. I’d talk to his children and call out his behaviour. Tell,them he’s giving your property away deliberately to upset you and cause a rift between you and ask them not to accept anything else from him that belongs to you. Talk to your local women’s aid. He won’t change but you can. There is lots of help now for women who want to leave an abuser x

    • #121131
      Pinkturtle
      Participant

      But whilst I’m trying to escape is there anything I can do to protect my belongings?

      I did move a lot to my parents but they allow him to come and go as he pleases so he just helps himself

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