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Is it normal to be scared in a relationship? I have been with him for two years. And in past 9 months he has changed. To such a horrible person. He promises to change. But never does. It seems to be getting worst. But I’m still holding one he will change.
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Is it normal to be scared in a relationship? I have been with him for two years. And in past 9 months he has changed. To such a horrible person. He promises to change. But never does. It seems to be getting worst. But I’m still holding j yill he changes.
No, you should not be scared of your partner. Please find somewhere safe to go and leave him.
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I agree with the above. No one should ever feel scared of the other person in a relationship. Please speak to someone responsible about it, like a friend or family member and best advice would be to leave him.
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I don’t want to leave him though. It’s wired. I cannot. He’s the person who I trust the most, who looks after me. But it’s jsut recently he’s become violent. I dont know. Can they change? And what’s the best way to help them change?
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I agree with the above. No one should ever feel scared of the other person in a relationship. Please speak to someone responsible about it, like a friend or family member and best advice would be to leave him.
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You should never feel scared, he won’t change if he doesn’t see what’s he’s done wrong. I know It’s going to hurt but you have to leave him your blinded by love, it’ll get better but leave him please.
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I am meant to be going on holiday twice with him this summer. It’s already booked. I don’t know what to do. I know I’m hard work. But I feel like I’m worthless. As he has told me he’s embarrassed about me in a bikini as I look fat. But it’s only a small bump. I’m still a size 8. But now I’m not eating much, sleeping, wearing loads of make up, spending hours getting ready.
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You should never feel scared, he won’t change if he doesn’t see what’s he’s done wrong. I know It’s going to hurt but you have to leave him your blinded by love, it’ll get better but leave him please.
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No no no, omg I feel so sorry for you, sweetie it doesn’t matter about the holiday. He has made you feel worthless and like you can’t live without him. This is a very toxic relationship. He’s made you feel like you can trust him when you can’t. The only way to make all this better is to leave him.
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I am meant to be going on holiday twice with him this summer. It’s already booked. I don’t know what to do. I know I’m hard work. But I feel like I’m worthless. As he has told me he’s embarrassed about me in a bikini as I look fat. But it’s only a small bump. I’m still a size 8. But now I’m not eating much, sleeping, wearing loads of make up, spending hours getting ready.
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Depends on what you mean by scared? Scared of him to leave? Scared of him? Scared that things might get worse?

Anyway the best way to put things as they were on the track is to figure it out with him.

If any issue would make you leave. Then you won’t ever be in a relationship. Just talk to him about how you feel, and sort all out with him.

He might as well be having some hardships that make him stressed and worried; thus he’s violent. Give excuses to your partner, you probably don’t know few things on how he’s feeling or what he’s going thru.
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Is it normal to be scared in a relationship? I have been with him for two years. And in past 9 months he has changed. To such a horrible person. He promises to change. But never does. It seems to be getting worst. But I’m still holding one he will change.
Don't wait. Seriously you should dump him now. He is utterly disrespectful. You should not put up with this. 9 months?? Really?? What would you advise your best mate to do in your situation??
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I don’t want to leave him though. It’s wired. I cannot. He’s the person who I trust the most, who looks after me. But it’s jsut recently he’s become violent. I dont know. Can they change? And what’s the best way to help them change?
You can't change someone.

He's not the person you thought he was. Leave. You will eventually find someone else who will treat you better.
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(Original post by Alannah.chilli)
I am meant to be going on holiday twice with him this summer. It’s already booked. I don’t know what to do. I know I’m hard work. But I feel like I’m worthless. As he has told me he’s embarrassed about me in a bikini as I look fat. But it’s only a small bump. I’m still a size 8. But now I’m not eating much, sleeping, wearing loads of make up, spending hours getting ready.
Get out, he change. Leave for the sake of your health
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