Well done you for getting him out. I know it's hard, but you did the right thing and I wish more women had the courage to know when to leave an abusive relationship.
You've done the hard bit. He's just trying to get to you now coz you've taken his power away and just being a baby throwing his toys out of the pram. If he gets too nasty tho do report him to the police and note his silly behavior.
same situation 3 year relation 6 month old baby father was becoming abusive and i left him i feel soo lonely him not next to me feel like i wish i had someone to talk to who understands i miss him soo much cooking caring for him laughing cuddling and seeing him with our lo so many memories now hes not around at all i dont know wht to do i cry alot now
It is hard when your other half leaves and/ or the relationship breaks down when there are kids involved. Family life always seems untouchable and strong, like nothing can touch it but sadly even if you are married, a relationship is not for life and can easily break down and then... its just gone. If two people are meant to be together they will be but if one person is unkind, selfish or abusive etc, there is no hope, it just wont work. Better to be on your own hun with your LO than be in a bad relationship. It affects kids, they sense everything and know when Mum and Dad don't get on. So best for your baby in the long run.
If he continues to be spiteful, send him a threat that you will call the police. If that doesn't stop him, then actually call them and say that you are being harrassed and threatened by your ex.
Good for you! You should feel proud of yourself for doing a brave thing.
I know it sucks to feel lonely, but you're worth so much more. Stay strong
My ex is emotionally abusive and I'm hoping to do counselling with him because I want us to parent well together.
I second finding some women's aid or getting in touch with a shelter for some support. We have a shelter for abused women here and getting in contact with them was the best thing I ever did. Get empowered girl, don't let your ex knock you down.
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