Leave him in jail, divorce him and find someone that will not hurt you.

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Read the question you just posted and answer it yourself...

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This is the reason that police hate domestic violence calls.

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That's exactly right.

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Well i have proven all wrong I didnt help him get out, i moved on to the point that i left the state we were living in and went home to my family and friends....

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Why WOULD you help someone who hurt you ? Why wouldn't you value yourself and your safety more ?

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I believe she will take him back

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Sadly, you're probably correct.

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hahaha....you were so wrong i moved home 1400 miles away and left him in jail

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I'm so glad !!! Very, very good---I wish you nothing but joy and happiness from here on. You deserve it. ;)

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No he'll do it again. See a divorce lawyer post haste.

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My opinion on this is no, you should not help him. And further, you should leave him and not give him the opportunity to do it again. Men who are violent toward women seem to never reform, in fact, they often escalate.

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I agree fully. And if you help get him out it shows him he still has control over you. And he will do it again and then once more you will help him get out. What if you have children? You gonna put them through the same sick circle of violence? Leave him there....

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I agree with your suggestion boo

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Absolutely not, if he did it once he will do it again. Get out why the getting is good. Go to a shelter if you have to. Why would you even ask the question? He hurt you!

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Only you can decide that - if I was you I would be grateful for the peace & the rest!

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No, you dumb ***, no

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Shes not a dumb *** many women ask this question on a daily basis. It isn't as simple and you seem to think it is.

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Its very simple, I dealt with the exact same thing a few years ago. So go take a butthurt pill

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I have also dealt with this. And although I got out many people never do. And it is hard for me to believe that someone who has gone through this would be so...un-understanding of the situation.

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Or even go to the extent of calling names. Obviously the emotionally abusive chain has extended...pity.

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I do understand, some people just need a mean answer to get **** inti their heads

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And some people need at least one person on their side. I can see we may not agree on this. And thats what sites like this are for. To get all the sides covered and answered. :)

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Eh. I guess you're right.

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before you do that .. just remember why he was put in there in the first place !

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no.

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no

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Absolutely NOT!!! You're enabling his behavior, you're contributing to the cycle of abuse.

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Let the piece of **** rot if he gets away with it once<br />
He will do it again.

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Hell no! If he is there for hurting you let him think about it.

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Let him be there...He needs to learn his lesson

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Why would you ever ever do that?? I hope you are jesting...If he tried to hurt you, he sures hell belongs there...

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obviously you either have a death wish, are utterly stupid or just enjoy being a punching bag

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Only if you're playing Monopoly.

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what we need to realize is that our opinions or reactions to situations aren't a universal response or requirement. your strength is simply that...yours. her husband has abused her and we verbally attack her commitment. isn't that the pot calling the kettle black? demeaning an emotionally handicapped person for exhibiting unconditional love, is just as horrific as the initial facilitator of her pain. so, are we trying to finish the job he started? back off people and show some compassion for this woman and the obvious detriment she is going through. if you can't express sympathy and wisdom to help guide her through her struggle, do what so many of us have perfected...ignore it and leave her to her own devices, trust me...she'd be better off. listening to the taunts and derogatory statements about her character might send her over the edge and i for one wouldn't want that on my conscious. she asks for help and this is what she gets...you guys should be ashamed of yourselves.

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Thank you for your wonderful words.....you truly are a person with a heart..I do understand some of the reactions but don't agree, i didn"t help him and he is now going to serve 85% of 22 year sentence,I have moved back home and i am loving life now without the fear of any man...thank you

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