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Verbal Abuse In My Marriage
My wife has recently left me. Until this point I had ni Idea I was being abusive. The more I think and read about abuse and what it is how it makes someone feel the worse I feel. I love my wife with all my heart and soul. Everyday I pray and repent my actions to god. I don't want to be that man. I am going to therapy, anger managment, marriage counseling and recently am trying to join batterers intervention programs. I know I have coused harm to my wife and our family now. I don't want to lose my wife and really want to remove that type of behavior from myself. It is so diheartning to her and read all this advice that tells women to leave and never look back.

Verbal Abuse In My Marriage
She said I wasn't a freind taht I would not listen to her taht I always diagnossed her fellings and tried to tell how she was wrong. I thought I was being a friend.I wanted to fix what was wrong I didn't want her to be sad or mad. It didn't mean I didn't care or she was wrong I just didn't want my wife to be hurt or sad.
So what is your advice to a husband that has been abusive wants to change and save our marriage.

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