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Thread: My boyfriend has a gun and He says I need to accept him if I want to be with him

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    Originally Posted by smackie9
    Stop thinking you could fix him....he's a $%^& show...now give your head a good shake, and proceed to block/delete him.
    THANK YOU! I really appreciate your kind and sweet words!

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    Originally Posted by Cherylyn
    If you're uncomfortable and look upon armed men with disdain, listen to your gut instincts and intuition by dissolving the relationship. No, you're not crazy.

    If he continues to harass you and show up on your doorstep unannounced, next time, call the police and have law enforcement ensure that he stays away from you. Ghost, block and delete him, too.

    He's dangerous, hurts you physically, scares your son as he witnesses his rages not to mention the guy's sickness with porn, steroids, pills and raging tempers! He's a tinder box ready to blow! And, with a gun, there's no telling how wrong this scenario could turn!

    You don't want to end up on '1st 48.' (Homicide)

    There is no love whatsoever. Don't get it twisted. No trust = NO love. You are crazy for loving him but you're not crazy for wanting him to stay away from you and your child. He's scary!
    THANK YOU For your advice! I appreciate it!

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    Originally Posted by j.man
    Why on earth you're isolating the issue of firearms is well beyond me.

    I own firearms. My wife is trained to safely and responsibly handle, operate, and care for them as well. Just as our kids will be. You couldn't convince me to forego my responsibilities and rely on law enforcement to provide immediate protection for my person or my family, or for me to put faith in the next several decades turning out just peachy without need of one. That said, if you don't like guns or otherwise simply aren't comfortable with them, that's perfectly reasonable. Zero disrespect for folks who make that conscious decision for themselves. Just choose a partner who shares your values. Ideally one who doesn't juice, rage in front of your kids, punch you, lie to you, etc., etc.

    Honestly, and it's not even my position on gun ownership talking, if your real "but for" is that he owns a gun and not any single or combination of the dozen other gigantic red flags, you've seriously gotta stop dating. For your son's sake much moreso than yours. A man like this is destructive and dangerous with or without a gun, though especially with. Distance yourself sooner than later or you'll need a gun yourself whether you like it or not.
    Thank you for reading me and for your time. I appreciate your advice.

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    Originally Posted by angy864
    THANK YOU For your advice! I appreciate it!
    Thank you, angy864.

    Be wise. Look out for yourself and your child. Safety first always.

    Never associate with shady characters because someday you'll have a heavy price to pay such as costing your life or heaven forbid, your child's life; not only from dangerous people but also whom they associate with, too and they'll infiltrate your life by default, coincidence or socializing with the wrong crowd. The domino effect will impact you and your child in a harmful, dangerous way. Stay away from the wrong people.

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    OP.. Okay, so you have heard and read advice from what people think. But the real question is.. What are you going to do?

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    This is not the academy awards where you have to shout in capitals and thank everyone individually. If you are in danger you need to leave and get a restraining order.
    Originally Posted by angy864
    THANK YOU! I really appreciate your kind and sweet words!

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    Originally Posted by No1
    OP.. Okay, so you have heard and read advice from what people think. But the real question is.. What are you going to do?
    I already blocked him and I am done! :)

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    I just said Thanks.

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    Originally Posted by angy864
    I already blocked him and I am done! :)
    Did you change your number so he can't call or message you from an unknown number? (Yes, you can).

    Hopefully you didn't give him a key to your place. If so, time to change the locks.

    And never mind about any "things" he might have left at your place. You can ship them to him.

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    So he treated you so horribly you left and finally were able to quit him. Then he continues to harass you after you left, and eventually says "let me have a gun or you won't see me anymore"?

    Awesome, take the not seeing him anymore option.

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