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    (Original post by cbblitz)
    Just consider the dude a c.unt and move on..
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    (Original post by cbblitz)
    Your dads a c.unt, fine. But don't zero in on things like diabetes and asthma as your target. Just consider the dude a c.unt and move on.

    If the courts rule that your father gets whatever he gets in the finance settlement, you just have to accept it. People choose to get married. These are consequences of marrying someone you don't know 100%.
    How can i move on when i still live with him? You don't know enough yet to fully judge the situation correctly but it's true i wanna go off to uni and forget about the guy.

    Also court is something which is mentioned in the thread linked below
    (Original post by AmeliaLost)
    Uh, that just sounds like continuation of the abuse
    Yea i guess, technically, if you want here's the link to the thread about the money stuff which i really need help with.(well my mum does)

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4397258
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    (Original post by AmeliaLost)
    Not everyone has someone who's able to do this, or even anyone who realises it's abuse around them. You were basically blaming the woman before, which isn't really fair...
    How the **** was I blaming the woman? All I said was the way to help her is not to talk to the abuser (always makes it worse) but to encourage the victim to gtfo or build up the courage to tell someone or stand up for themselves.

    Because if the opportunity to leave presents itself and you havent done that they'll be too scared and chicken out.
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    (Original post by z33)
    How the **** was I blaming the woman?
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    He cant not let her do something
    Shes got free will...
    Shes got to take responsibility for herself too...
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    How the **** was I blaming the woman? All I said was the way to help her is not to talk to the abuser (always makes it worse) but to encourage the victim to gtfo or build up the courage to tell someone or stand up for themselves.

    Because if the opportunity to leave presents itself and you havent done that they'll be too scared and chicken out.
    Ok so as time goes on my mum loses more money because once my dad uses all his he'll start using my mums because it's in a pot where both can dip their hands in and use the money. Since the majority of the money is my mums my mum loses out when my dad uses all his probably by about January.

    Yet by not talking she loses money and everything she's been fighting for.
 
 
 
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