My husband used to check up on me at work, wouldn't let me drive myself (only wanted to drive the car my grandparents bought me), checked my phone calls, and gave me an allowence every week. I was fine untill he lost his temper and started smashing things. Our phones, glass things, luggage, our bed, etc. I went back to him after a month. He said that he talked wit a pastor, became a Christian and wanted to work things out. A month later, I got drunk with co-workers and he got upset. I understand that I shouldn't have done this, but I didn't think it was such a big deal. He got so mad that he called my job, told them I quit, wouldn't let me sleep, THREW my cat outside (my kitty is indoor only) and told me I didn't deserve to sleep. He told me I was allowed to cook, clean and take walks around the block. It's been almost a year since I left. Even as I write this I'm still terrified to go through with getting a divorce. He's racked up bills in my name, gotten my sued, I'm still unable to file my taxes. How do you move on from what was SUPPOSED to happen to this is what it is. Now what? I'm in a stage of lonely, angry and confused. I know marriage is rough, but is this normal? Is marriage supposed to be this way?
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