If so, there is something you need to understand immediately: you are so worth loving.
You might not feel that now, but in time, you can.
Even if he doesn't hit you, your husband (or wife) can still be abusive.
When writer Zahira Kelly opened a conversation about how utterly destructive emotional abuse is, Twitter exploded with support and insight into the life of those who deal with emotional abuse everyday.
Although abusive men in heterosexual relationships were the target of most of these tweets, abuse can happen to anyone. If any of these apply to you, get help immediately.
#maybehedoesnthityou but he will find something wrong with every friend that you have so that you think he's the only thing good for you.
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