The type that didn’t know the meaning of a little bit of privacy, always looking through my things, questioning my activities, questioning me about my past, consistently brought me down about my weight, compared me to his ex-wife, called me names and his actions made me feel wrong about everything.
He’d even ignore me as soon as he walked through the front door, not even a hello, – it was like I didn’t exist except when he wanted something.
Talking to someone else helped me cope because keeping it inside can do damage. The situation changed once I decided to end the relationship and promised myself to never look back.
I’m pleased to say we broke up, and once he found out I started a new relationship, he came knocking on my door asking for a second chance.
There are stories from women with disabilities and from young people under 25.
I hope that this stage of manipulation would pass and I certainly found out how naive I was.
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hoping this time it will be okay even though the warning signs are still there.
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