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Thread: Husband doesn't want to be with me anymore

  1. #11
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    Mar 2015
    Originally Posted by Andrina
    Bullies/abusers choose women with low self esteem. Did you have friends when you started dating him, and then he began the process of isolating you? If so, that's a common practice for possessive manipulators, which he likely is because he's unjustifiably jealous.

    You've let yourself be reeled into this mess, but it doesn't mean you can't get out. Loving someone doesn't trump all the negatives. You will be able to lose that love with time and distance away from this toxic situation.

    You work, so that's a good thing. Get your finances in order. Get him off of any of your credit cards and bank accounts. Consult a lawyer. If you don't own a house together, start looking at places you can afford solo.

    Get into therapy to learn how to love yourself. Start a new hobby to spark some excitement in your life. Join Meetup.com to take part in fun activities that people are getting together for in your area. Don't date for a good year while you work on yourself, or your man-picker will continue to stay broken. One day, when you do date, keep up with your hobbies and girlfriends, so that you never make a man the sole center of your universe. That's boring to him and smothering. And if the relationship doesn't work out, you won't be as devastated when you have a fulfilling life besides him.

    Good luck and keep us updated.
    This is great advice ^^^ He is truly a bully and an emotional abuser. You said you love him. OK, but that doesn't mean you have to put up with this absurd nonsense. As Andrina mentioned "You will be able to lose that love with time" Are you ready to spend the rest of your life being his doormat??? He has no respect for you whatsoever, OP. Please get yourself out of this toxic relationship. No one needs to be treated like dirt. He sounds like a terrible person. You'd be better off without the likes of him in your life. You know deep inside your heart that this is true. Please, please, please do as Andrina suggests. You'll be better off in the long run. Honestly. Muster up your self-respect and move on, OK?

  2. #12
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    Mar 2020
    Some point in your relationship he feels that you have lied, if that has been true then unfortunately it'll just get worse. Even a successful relationship can crumble down on a lie, and the immediate remedy is to be honest all times. People lie, people cheat, but if you are none of those then be straight and if he still does not want you then use the time to move to Plan B.

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