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Is it ethical to stay married only because of religous view

Is it ethical to stay married only because of religous views?
I want to leave, I'm not happy, but I am a ChristaIn and so is he.

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Jun 11

@GirlKitty I'm most certainly starting to see patterns of insecurity. I always thought it was an immaturity thing. At times I wonder if he is jealous of my peppy bubbly personality.
He's very sly but I can always tell because I feel my happy mood slowly dissipate when I'm around him.

Jun 12

@Circlecirclewall He is slowly destroying you, & you are starting to see it. It's not immaturity- it's a control thing, an abuse thing - check out posts in the Narcissist section.
It's time to STOP EXCUSING his bad behaviour. You are important & worth more than disrespectful verbal battering. Tell him it's time he showed you respect, & if he says you don't deserve it, that you are to meet his needs whenever he has one, Ask yourself: do I want to spend my life in a one-way relationship where only his needs are important? If the answer is yes, then stay. If it's no, then start thinking of packing a bag & leaving because it will only get worse. Good luck.

Jun 12

@Circlecirclewall That to me was very abusive of him. He now created a problem for you with your client. This is no acceptable. What happens if you lose the client? Would you lose your job? He has to understand this. Yes, we all get and and yell at time, but him yelling at you like how you described is emotional abuse, and you deserve better.


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