I am debating leaving my husband. I am at about 97% sure right now. We have been married for 3 years and have 2 baby girls together. My husband is a great guy but has put his wife through A LOT. He has gotten physical with me before (to put it lightly). But has never actually "hit". He has given our money away to his parents and brother without talking to me. He is pretty controlling. He yells and gets violent in front of our children. When he is "raging" he doesn't want to hear anything I have to say and yells over me when I try to talk. I am afraid to speak in fear of him either breaking something, punching a hole in the wall or getting physical with me. He gets angry when I stay calm and he is not. I am over all pretty unhappy. I have this guilt about wanting to leave because it is OK at this moment and because of the fact that he is "so sorry" and cries at the thought of me leaving him. I just don't want to hurt him and I am dreading going through the split. But I think I will be hurting myself in the long run if I don't. He has a lot of stress put on him and it all gets taken out on me.
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