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Guys need some advice when ever I get angry at my girlfriend I usually end up hitting her. Once I hit her so hard that she just passed out however I really feel guilty after I hit her and think myself as a lowest person I don't want her to leave me as she helped me at difficult times. Whenever I get angry I cannot control my anger and end up doing the same thing again
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Maybe get some professional help to help you with this?
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For both your sakes you should end this relationship.
Then you should speak to your gp and ask for a referral for counselling and anger management.
You need to have this under control before you start another relationship.
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you'd need therapy, and anger management classes, try and speak to her see if she wants your relationship to end, because I am sorry but if you love her, you'd let her go for the sake of your safety and hers
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by kekedoyouloveme?)
you'd need therapy, and anger management classes, try and speak to her see if she wants your relationship to end, because I am sorry but if you love her, you'd let her go for the sake of your safety and hers
I basically ask her but she forgives me every time and don't want our relationship to end because she see something good inside if me
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Anonymous #3
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You need to hand yourself over to the Police and let justice take its course.
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Anonymous #4
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Seek help. Talk to a therapist ASAP bc her life and mental health is so important and precious, pls don't ruin it and get help
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Anonymous #4
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I basically ask her but she forgives me every time and don't want our relationship to end because she see something good inside if me
Yes but in some cases the victim will feel fearful to leave. this is a toxic relationship and she is experiencing domestic abuse. Get help pls
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Shame on you
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Anonymous #5
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...If you have thought process to admit you're in the wrong you can change...you need help though. End the relationship and focus on getting support from somewhere professional to manage your anger. Don't underestimate what kind of mistake it can lead you to in the future if you don't get this under control, " I was angry" isn't a response people have sympathy towards in court, you'll have to do something to change sooner than later.
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You say you love her. If you love her, then why would you even consider hitting her? Clearly you're struggling and need to seek for help in managing your anger. However, when you love someone you'd never feel the need to raise your hand on that person. Why? Well because you love them and when you're commited to that relationship you basically signed a contract saying you love her and would want to protect her. (Obviously shes not a contract but u get what i mean) Ask yourself do you really love her like you think. No amount of anger when you love someone will ever change your actions towards your loved ones. When you love someone that trigger light switch is turned off? Obviously arguing is normal. You should really talk to the gp and put things into place to reduce stress levels/ anger.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Guys need some advice when ever I get angry at my girlfriend I usually end up hitting her. Once I hit her so hard that she just passed out however I really feel guilty after I hit her and think myself as a lowest person I don't want her to leave me as she helped me at difficult times. Whenever I get angry I cannot control my anger and end up doing the same thing again
Go to anger management
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End the relationship and seek professional help.
It isn't fair to keep putting your girlfriend through this regardless of whether she keeps 'forgiving' you or not. Being in an abusive relationship is extremely traumatising and will likely affect her for the rest of her life.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I basically ask her but she forgives me every time and don't want our relationship to end because she see something good inside if me
I understand that, and that should give you enough reason for you to try better yourself and do this for her because she knows you can be a good person x
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You definitely need help.
Its not right to take your anger out on the one you love.
You have a very good partner there, I would have walked after the first time.
For hers and your benefit seek help, before it turns into something more serious, and you lose her for good.
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Anonymous #1
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Guys I have contacted and said to her that it is better for us if we don't see each other again. Though she started crying and I just hunged up on the phone. She tried to call me 3 times and I did not picked plus I have blocked her number. I really felt bad for her and started hitting myself. I am going to the therapist today
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Anonymous #1
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And thanks for your replies
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Anonymous #3
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Guys I have contacted and said to her that it is better for us if we don't see each other again. Though she started crying and I just hunged up on the phone. She tried to call me 3 times and I did not picked plus I have blocked her number. I really felt bad for her and started hitting myself. I am going to the therapist today
Good for you, that can't have been easy. I hope you manage to get yourself sorted out with your therapist.
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