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I proposed only six months into our relationship, during the "Honeymoon Phase" (if we ever really had one.) We bought a house and moved in together. Right away we noticed we had pretty big differences...


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Sustained abuse of any kind must be stopped. If you are a victim, it is up to you to take the first step. This might involve counseling, but only if your husband goes willingly, and cooperates fully in all strategies and actions aimed at protecting you and your children. Often a realistic program of rehabilitation will involve a period of separatio...