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My fiancé called my daughter an idiot?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 19:16
get out now it will never get any better and you have your girl to think about you don't want to have her around that and sounds like he might start hitting you or her get out now
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Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 18:54
He's emotionally abusive. Run
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Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 19:24
Leave him. There is no cure for douchebag.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #4 | 28/12 2013 19:13
You thought it was okay for your teenage daughter to hear her mother accept being belittled and cursed at as long as she, herself, wasn't the target? You realized that girls like her often go out and find another man who WILL treat her that way because she saw YOU tolerate it. Get the heck out immediately and make a home for you and your daughter that is not dependent on you finding a man to help out. Only really good guys need apply and your fiance` is not one of those.
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Answer #5 | 28/12 2013 19:21
Ok..this is not good at all. I see huge red flags... verbal abuse leads to physical abuse (it already has, he is throwing things, next, it may be you he hits or throws) please rethink this marrying him, you are doing the right thing. I commend you for putting your kids and your self first. Good for you fr setting a good example to your kids that this kind of behavior in a relationship is unacceptable. Leave and never look back before things get worse, and b careful he doesn't stalk or try to hurt you.
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Answer #6 | 28/12 2013 19:04
Move out leave him that's the kind of men single moms should avoid...things will get worse and if she hates him she may even move out of the house when she is older.since she is not his daughter he will probably be cruel and mean with her since she is not his, sadly I know many men that are this way...:(
Answer #7 | 28/12 2013 18:58
Leave now and never look back. Respect is the most important thing in a relationship. Yes, even more important than love because respect is the basis of a strong health relationship. Everything grows from respect: kindness, love, generosity, friendship and every other good thing. Do you want your daughter growing up with a man that doesn't respect you or your daughter? Do you want that to be the way she learns how men are? His violence will only escalate and it will harm you and your daughter both physically and emotionally. Run. Run while you can. Be grateful that you found out about him before you committed to a long term relationship.
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Answer #8 | 28/12 2013 18:53
Get out now because it will only escalate. He obviously has anger issues. Protect your daughter and yourself and find someone who really appreciates you.
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