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24 Jul 2006

RE:2905
I refer back to your response to my original question. I realize I was angry and pushed him but his physical violence scared me and my children. I have always said that if a man ever became violent with me I would leave but in this case I felt it was partly my fault. The problem is I still feel so angry with him for using physical aggression against me.I don't know how to go forward
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CyberShrink
cybershrink

01 Jan 0001

Oh I absolutely understand ho frightening and unpleasant it must have been, c. Some very unpleasant people get violent whatever you do. Some situatons of violence, though, both participants played a role in pushing the situation towards violence, and then BOTh need to work together so as to avoid such situations arising in the future. Why not see a mariage counsellor together, to work on these joint issues, and prevent any future such ocurrences ?
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