Share via Email It is almost 16 years since you swept me off my feet and moved in with me. I felt so lucky. I had been on my own for a long time — bringing up my kids, working so hard to keep it all together and the roof over our heads when you came along, bringing joy and fun, and I fell head over heels for you.
Please take back your hateful wordshold my tearful face in your hand, and apologize for hurting me so deeply. I beg of you to hold back your brutish glances under knitted brows and instead, look into my soul shining beneath my tears and see, just one time, that who I am will not hurt you.
I'm Leaving Abuse Because You Think I'm a Monster You tell me that I am unfaithful and that I plan to leave you, then insist that if I do leave then I am doomed to live a life with some schmuck couch potato who doesn't know how to take care of a woman.
You tell me I do not deserve to enjoy the fruits of your labor. You say I squander your money and waste your time. You say you would rather be with your friends because they, at least, appreciate you for who you are. They, you say, do not want you to change. And I believe you when you say you would leave me if it weren't for the children and the financial mess you believe I've created.
It is true that my butt is big and my breasts slightly sag from feeding our babies. I do walk around with a sad face all of the time. It is true that I am not the woman you thought you married. She cooked and cleaned for you, and sometimes she did those things with nothing on but a smile.
Your ideal woman carries both children on her hip as you cup a beer in your palm. She changes diapers, gets up alone with the babies each night, and wakes in the morning full of sunshine and life.
She emulates your mother, adores your family, and wants to be just like you when she grows up. Your ideal woman did not marry you. And I think you hate me for taking her place. I've made excuses for you when you couldn't get to work on time and encouraged you to keep going even when you doubted yourself.
I've waited for your return from deployments and trips, sent you love-letters when I received none in return. I've kept your home safe and clean, raised our children to be both tender and tough, and budgeted our money so you could afford expensive grown-up toys and booze for yourself and your friends.
I put to the side my hopes and dreams in favor of helping you reach yours.
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I sacrificed my education and any work experience I could have gained if I hadn't stayed home to mother you and our babies. I have no Kno pension plan, no nest egg of my own.
Nothing we own has my name on it. It's as if I do not exist outside of this home. Inside of this home, I feel the same - as if I do not exist. When I exert my opinion, you retaliate with anger and force.
You verbally abuse me when we're alone together and make jokes at my expense when we're with your friends. My words beg your forgiveness, plead for your love. But, in my mind, I am doubting that I can love such a callous, prideful and hurtful man. Our children are getting older.If this letter rings a bell or touches a chord, you may be in an abusive relationship.
The first step to healing is recognizing and identifying the situation for what it is. If you feel your relationship may be verbally and emotionally abusive, talk to people you trust. The difference is I have been on to my husband's emotional abuse for quite sometime and I have built up a file on all his outburst, mood swings, alcoholic episodes, and drug abuse.
My husband grew up in a boys home and later had cancer and afterwards was accepted into medical school. Open Letter to my Abusive Husband- All the things I wish I could tell you, that you wouldn't listen to anyway.
I’ve been thinking of writing him a letter just like that. I doubt he’d read it though and really, would it do any good? I feel this letter so much because my husband makes the dumbest choices, and claims to be a man of. I'm Leaving Abuse, I'm Leaving You: Letter to An Abusive Man Thursday, May 10 Kellie Jo Holly Please, honey, give me this day, free of pain.
The more i read about abuse, the more i realise how extremely bad my situation was. i know i could write a book about it.
I am free of him to a point but he is still trying to abuse me / control me. Open Letter to my Abusive Husband- All the things I wish I could tell you, that you wouldn't listen to anyway.
I’ve been thinking of writing him a letter just like that. I doubt he’d read it though and really, would it do any good? I feel this letter so much because my husband makes the dumbest choices, and claims to be a man of.