By Anonymous - 21/4/2021 15:30 - United States - Durham

Get out of there!

Today, after I can't count how many times, my boyfriend of 5 years decided to break MORE things in our home, because I asked him not to let our son speak to me rudely. His response, "He said 'OK' so you should have shut up." Basically, he's raising my kid to treat me like he does. FML
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By  princess_stabitty  |  18

You know, you have your part in raising the kid up - why don't YOU try to teach him to speak with you properly? And more importantly, why do you allow your bf to treat you like that? And why the heck is still a BF and not ex-BF?

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By  princess_stabitty  |  18

You know, you have your part in raising the kid up - why don't YOU try to teach him to speak with you properly? And more importantly, why do you allow your bf to treat you like that? And why the heck is still a BF and not ex-BF?

By  bleachedraven  |  12

I'm sorry for the rude behavior, but as an adult you can leave. Heck, I'd be much more concerned about your son, thinking it's ok to be threatened or rude.

By  Alyssa K Scheiber  |  7

You deserve better and you know it.

By  Xatraris  |  35

Not only is he being a grown child by breaking things, he treats you badly and teaches the child to do the same. You have to let him go for your sake. That kind of temper can get very violent, and you will be the target. Get out and teach your child that being like him or treating you badly is not ok. Not only will you find someone that can treat you better, they will teach the kid to treat others better as well.

By  tgem  |  2

That is abuse. Living under the constant fear of threat, volitie behaviours, and him constantly breaking your property is all abuse. If you're partner is raising his child to be like him, you are going to have two abusers tormenting you. Especially because children tend to be manipulated by the abusive parent into abusing the victim since A)The child will gain favouritism from the abuser B) The child will escape the wrath of the abuser if the abuser has someone on his side C) The child will be told horrible things about the victim by the abuser to help warrant that abuse in both their minds.
Separate yourself and leave as soon as you can. Even if he makes it difficult (he will since absuers benefit from the abuse) you have to get out of there.

By  Sady_Ct  |  37

These are two different types of domestic violence, and your son doesn’t deserve to grow up with those behaviours in front of him or learning them himself. His future partners deserve better as well. End the cycle, leave or make him leave. It will be hard but you and your son deserve better!

By  happynow4eva  |  2

I’m so sorry :(