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Is leaving the right thing to do?

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Poptart523 Sun 18-Dec-16 15:56:04

I have been with my husband for 9 yrs, married for 5. We have a 1 year old. He has angry issues which he has gone to therapy and i suppprted him through it a few years ago. Over the past few years i have taken care of everything. Finances, holidays and organising everything. I asked him to help me with it all but he said he wasnt ready. If anything went wrong it was always my fault. He has finally started taking on more responsibility with finances but has become more controlling. I started back to work when ds was 3months. Partly because i wanted to but also because he made me feel so guillty for having no money. Over the years he has spoken to my like crap and i know its because of his anger issues but i finally broke when i was going for a pamper session(a few weeks ago)with my friend for the first time since becoming new mum and i had forgot to buy formula at the shop. I asked him if he minded getting it cause i was about to leave and hr shouted at me and told me i was a bad mum and that he was ill so i should expect him to look after our child. Its not all been bad throughout the years and i still love him but hate the way he speals to me and doesnt support me. Not matter how many times i ask.Right now i feel like its over but am scared about what all this means. Do u think its the right decision?

Naicehamshop Sun 18-Dec-16 19:19:43

He is sucking all the joy and happiness out of your life. You don't have to live with this - move on. flowers

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