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I HAVE BEEN MARRIED OVER 22 YEARS AND I AM SO DONE WITH HIM!!!!!

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Anto815 - 46-50 years old - female

Posted by Anto815
on September 8th, 2012 at 2:41 PM


       I have been married over 22 years. I know what mental abuse really means. My husband is the most insecure person I have ever met. I am close to just packing up and moving foward >>>He will jack off to his mags, evcersise woman. I'll catch him doing this comfront him and he'll sit there deny it lol. Not only that I fear he also may have had a few affairs with me being in the hospital fighting for my life. I was lucky to have seen him for 10 mins and only 1-2 a week.   With me being in the hospital so many times boy he has had his chances Many of the times. He loves to keep his thums on me. If my Daughter and I go to the mall he will stalk us so bad. We end up leaving our girls day out!..To all the Women on here who can relate to what I"m saying ( Even if u have a job and he's doing it!). HELL YEAH GET IT!) A Divorce No God in his right mind would stay. If the man don't want to pull there heads out of there butts thenthey have no business being married to you to begin with. We are not there blinking slaves nor are we there punching bags p;hysicial or mental ones. We are the women who love them ( Or Loved ) them. If that is clearly not enough Then shove off! What will they do when we do leave? Ummmmm let me think. Do there own laundry...cook there own meals...And oh yeah..still jack off to play there little war games. Sorry men..sooo TRUE....So what is the difference? We are a free woman.Now you guys have to clean up your own stench and deal with it and your owm mistakes If u feel u owe it to him then ask Hunny, will u go see counclor with me? If he says no or makes u out to be the one who has the problem that is your clue toget a clue and pack the bags NOW CALL his Bluff!!! Good luck Women..I see the light out dreams to be loved by a man who treats us as he would want to be treated...I hope I was of some help..Sorry Iv'e had it up with there boyish excuses and lies..Good Day Everyone  Sincerely A woman who has had enough    PS Now where are all the real men in the world...

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  1. Posted by An EP User on September 9th, 2012 at 6:48 AM

    Anto815, I so agree with you. I myself am fed up with my hubby. It is always about him, he never thinks about me needing to do things for myself. The only reason I am still here after all these years and types of abuse I have suffered at his hands, is that he is now completely disabled. I am so unhappy here but I am afraid if I leave he will do something stupid and then my kids will blame me for the death of their dad. I am trying to stick it out, mainly because I don't want any of my family to look at me as a quiter. He started refusing to have sex with me probably around 20 to 25 years ago because he developed OCD and he was afraid of germs. Come on give me a break. He has diabetes and is insulin dependant and he doesn't watch his diet. So now he has developed ED and is no longer able to even get an erection. I do catch him watching **** from time to time. I am sure it is all the time but I just catch him every so often. It does hurt to find out they are doing this when they have a loving wife right beside them and yet they choose the **** over their wife. I have met someone who makes me very happy and loves me a lot, but I only get to see him every once in a while and I am afraid that one of these days my hubby isn't going to let me have anymore weekends away. That will be when I will have to make that hard decision. If I get forced into this position, the choice will not be hard. I would be willing to lose everything I have worked for, for the man who really loves me! Anto I do feel bad for you, I know you have a lot of health issues and that is what has kept you there. I do hope you can get out and find someone who will love you and care for you the way you soooooo deserve. There is someone out there and he will make you feel like you have never felt before. It really does feel so good to be loved after so many years of feeling like you were not loved. I had talked to my son a few years ago about how things are between my hubby and I. He asked me "How can you just fall out of love like that?" I didn't fall out of love, I was pushed out! Good luck to you! I am here to help support you because I am in the same boat. We can be good encouragement to each other. {{{{{HUGS}}}}} Your friend, Terrie

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  2. Anonymous

    Reply by An EP User Dec 22nd, 2014 at 12:35PM

  3. Anto815 - 46-50 years old - female

    Reply by Anto815 Sep 11th, 2012 at 6:50PM

    Dear Terri, Please message me. I would rather talk with you on an one to one. Hang in there as i will. Please don't be long in getting back to me. I want to help you now!!!

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  4. Posted by An EP User on September 12th, 2012 at 8:27 PM

    Hon...I hope you leave him...I seem to remember he acts like an unmedicated bipolar, and was, like, having something that seemed like psychosis.



    I wonder if adult protective services would help you get out, because of your health status.



    I hope everything gets better.

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  5. Anonymous

    Reply by An EP User Dec 22nd, 2014 at 12:35PM

  6. Anto815 - 46-50 years old - female

    Reply by Anto815 Sep 13th, 2012 at 7:57PM

    Thanks my friend I never even gave that a thought if it contunes i will have no choice. Thanks for your post...

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  7. Anto815 - 46-50 years old - female

    Reply by Anto815 Sep 18th, 2012 at 5:41PM

    You are so on the money. It's not going to happen over nigh..wish me luck..

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  8. Posted by An EP User on September 16th, 2012 at 8:02 PM

    Hey Anto...This is the attitude you need. Enough is enough already. YOU deserve to be happy while you're still here. Do whatever it takes, to get yourself outta that situation like...NOW! There shouldn't be any "IF" it continues. It's been happening for too damn long. There ain't no changing him.

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  9. Anonymous

    Reply by An EP User Dec 22nd, 2014 at 12:35PM

  10. Anto815 - 46-50 years old - female

    Reply by Anto815 Sep 18th, 2012 at 5:40PM

    Thanks that really meant so much to be. Once i start there will be no turning back..message me..Antonia

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  11. Mmmmme - 46-50 years old - female

    Reply by Mmmmme Sep 19th, 2012 at 1:31PM

    That's right....There won't be any turning back because once ya realize there's happiness outside of that so-called marriage, ya won't wanna go back. Been there myself. I've been trying to chat with ya girlfriend, shows ya online but ya never respond...lol

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  12. Posted by An EP User on March 27th, 2014 at 8:45 PM

    I was in a relationship that was turning abusive after 15 yrs. I became homeless to get out of it. My ex caused this. It was a Blessing In Disguise. We all deserve to be happy and treated better when we are good to people who claim and appear at some point to love us.



    Men are not what they should be overall. The older ones I know of want younger bimbo types a lot. There are a few good ones but they get snatched up by dominating women who look no better than their man lol.. I say this because I know about four masculine looking women who got a good man and have been with him for years. These females are dominating and demand respect.

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  13. Anonymous

    Reply by An EP User Dec 22nd, 2014 at 12:35PM

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