It's not okay. It's called Stockholm Syndrome.

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(I think I am missing something here)<br />
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Your username is ‘sufferingmypaininsilence’. If your username reflects you as the person you are, then it’s clear you don’t like being in the situation you are in; I’d say that makes you *aware* of what’s happening to you. And yet, whilst being aware, you also ask if it’s alright to still love your husband whilst asking if it’s the abuse that you suffer which makes you feel this way. The short answer is a categorical ‘No’; it isn’t right.<br />
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There’s a bit of confusion here and that can be down to being abused; even so, I still find your question a bit confusing because it sends out messages in two distinct directions and you seem to be aware of *both*. So that leaves me pondering about you. In any case …<br />
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You are aware of the ‘damage’ as you are aware that you are being abused. I would say that you go and get some professional help and explain to a professional what you say here. You need help, but you won’t get it in here. Go for help.<br />
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~F~

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No it's not ok- You are traumatized. Get away and get competent help NOW

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Damage, you need to seek help, talk therapy helped me get over my abuse.

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Not sure who or what he did to you to begin with...I was abused as a young child and continued to love my abuser...that's a different story....

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