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DreamofCalif

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  1. Thankyou so much, you've given me lots to reflect on and maybe I need to focus on us as a couple and bringing the sex back through love and our connection. It is hard but nothing worth fighting for ever came easy, right? And he is worth it just we've gone a little astray the last couple of years is all.
  2. I agree with previous posters. Your own personal health and wellbeing are what's important here. The focus needs to shift from him to you. That being said, I can understand if you have confused thoughts and feelings about it. He was your dad and that would confuse anyone that they would behave that way, clearly he had or has his own issues that need sorting out and that is nothing to do with you and neither your fault nor your problem. But in my eyes there are no 'levels' of abuse and no excuses, there's either abusive behaviour or there isn't and clearly he was abusive. It doesn't matter wh
  3. Hello, I'm new to the forum so don't know about your past relationships or situation. BUT I can give you advice based on my situation that was very similar years ago. I had boyfriend in my teens and we split up because of distance and I met up with him around 10 years later very soon after I had been through a 7 year relationship with another man and split. We hit it off instantly, there was chemistry and history there which was undeniable and we ended up having a 10 month relationship that was all about sex and me trying to feel good. I know I transferred a lot of the emotions from my
  4. Thanks for so many replies. So many things I hadn't considered before and him being traumatised was definitely something I hadn't considered. I felt I should answer some things and clear up some questions to help the replies. Firstly, he is an amazing father to our child and a very hands on parent. I couldn't ask for more and he loves our child very much. He works very long hours (between 12 and 15 hours sometimes 6 days a week) and has a fairly physical job which often leaves him tired or in pain. We are older parents in our mid to late 30s and wanted our child very much and knew our liv
  5. Hi everyone, This is my first post here and I feel like I'm just reaching for answers from someone, anyone. So a bit of background first: been with my partner for 6 years and we have a 1 year old together. We have a home and both have good jobs. We were extremely physical in the beginning of our relationship and couldn't keep our hands off eachother. The last 2 years have been a massive slump. Since I got pregnant he has hardly touched me (in fact twice in 2 years which I will mention later). When we were trying to conceive I suffered a few miscarriages and the last one before our ful
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