If you have family ask them for help. If you're being abused, get help from a women's group. Www.hotline.org. <br />
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The best piece of advice I can offer is to find a free legal service and file for custody and alimony before he knows what hit him. That way you'll have some money while you look for a job. Depending on the situation, you can get your husband barred from the home and he will have to pay the rent - for the kids. That only works when there's full fledged abuse in most state. <br />
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Since you have no car right now, think of jobs you can perform at your home. You can watch kids or if you have a computer, you could try to do work from home call center type work. You'll need someone to watch the kids in that situation. <br />
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I'm kind of in the same boat except no kids and not married. I'm refusing to accept abuse as a way of life anymore.

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1.) Step up as a father. You have the duty to try and make the marriage work- the kids WILL ask questions about it, or wonder about if their parents even tried. <br />
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Love involves constant work, on both ends. It doesn't just stay there in a marriage. You have to find out what your partner needs and communicate your needs, without being selfish about it. <br />
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2.) Help from family. But you need to try and get a more stable job for your kids. There are agencies that will work with you to get you a new job, seek them out over the internet, ones near you. There are probably job options on your town's website, just look. If you've got a computer, then you have the ability to job search, right now.<br />
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3.) Unless you live in the city, you need a car. If you're financially stuck, you need to try and get a social worker to help you with your issues. A father will search every option he has- I know that from my late father. Sold his "toys", he worked extra shifts, he had little time yet still made sure to spend time with us. A father never gives up to get what he needs for his kids, and he does whatever he can (that is legal) to get them safe and happy. All of these problems, they're not just your own- they are your kids' too. You think this isn't affecting them? The time you start thinking this is YOUR problem, as in ALL of your immediate family, kids included, will be a step in the right direction!

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Too many questions. Are you or the kids being abused? Are you disabled? Is your wife cheating and putting your health at risk?. <br />
Generally, I would say that if you or your kids are being abused, unfortunately, there is less sympathy for men, but I say pack your kids, beg,borrow or steal for bus fare and get to a safe place asap. If your extended family can help or offer child care, take it. Good luck. I'm sure your luck will change.

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The marriage might not be so hellish if you were to get a job and use your earnings to make your homelife better.

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stick to it....<br />
there are bigger hell then this that you havent seen<br />
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benefit from my experience.........<br />
you dont know for sure of you got out of this ,, life wud be any better...it cud get worse..............<br />
at least u have kids and home...........thats a lot..........u dont know what its like to be homeless.......thats when the whole world shrinks on u.........<br />
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think of ur partner as an earning painfull robot........this much price u pay now for ur kids and home.....<br />
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may u have good insight of ur situation..........best of luck

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If he's hitting you there are battered womens' groups that will help.

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The group is "I hate my wife?"

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Watch the news. I'm sure they'll present you with several ideas.

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wow ur young. :l

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