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Wild_Alaskan

OP, do you need help?


Major-Island-1428

No, Why would you want to put your kid’s through that.


ConcertinaTerpsichor

It’s even worse for the kids to grow up seeing an abusive marriage and absorbing lessons from it.


TrickBoom414

No. I wouldn't want my kids to grow up scared for their mother or think it's okay to treat other people like that. If you need help contact a local shelter. They can help you make a plan, sometimes they have resources like financial advisors and housing agents. Also a local library or church. Even if you don't belong to it.


1060west-addison

no. that's the oldest mistake in the book


Mediocre-Audience-78

No! If he’s abusive you take the kids and run before he has an abusive relationship with them. I’ve seen it happen.


No_Statement_37

So the kids can learn how to be an asshole too?


BeMyHeroForNow

Or learn that being abused is normal and not to fight back.


Fun_Mistake4299

I'd like to think I would leave the second somebody hits me, but I know from friends who have been through it that it isn't that easy. But if somebody is abusing you, and you don't do anything about it and stay with them, you are showing them their abuse is okay. You are telling yourself you aren't worthy of being treated right, and you are showing your children to stay in situations that hurt them. So I'll hope you find the strength to leave should you be in that situation.


karduar

No, if your being abused it is negatively effecting the children. Source: I'm the child of an abused mother.


chavrilfreak

For the sake of the kids? How is staying around an abuser for the sake of the kids?