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It never happened again, he completely ignored her, and three days later I accused them.(Quick note: He and I and our newborn have been tested for HSV-2 as well as other STDs and have tested negative).I don’t know how you can fully process, grieve, and move on from what happened if you have to see this woman on a regular basis. I wouldn’t be so fast to discount his responsibility here. Or, was getting you to the hospital safely another thing he didn’t have to be responsible for? You told him your mother living with you would be for a “short time,” but she she was still with you a year and a half later. You should be filled with so much fury that the thought of sharing space, let alone emotional and physical intimacy, with this man should be one of the last things on your mind.
Since you work together, I’d start looking for a job elsewhere. Furthermore, what was he even doing being “belligerently drunk” when his wife was 9 months pregnant and could go into labor at any minute?We have two beautiful boys, a 4-year-old and a 2-month-old, and our relationship has always been a great one.My mother has been living with us for the past year and a half.Remember, no one deserves to be abused (mentally, verbally, sexually, physically or emotionally) EVER. You do not have to stay in an abusive relationship, no matter how stuck you feel.
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