My name is Traci and I am a stay at home married mom to five, 3 are still in my house. I have been with my husband ten years, and when I met him I was a single Independent Mom out on her own. Over the years, it started as sheltering or protecting me to where it is now. My husband is very controlling, and not one decision in my house is made, without his knowledge. He handles all finances. It is a very lonely place, for I do not have much contact with my family or friends. I have just recently became aware that this is not normal. I love my husband very much, but I have learned you cannot change a person, they have to do it themselves. So that leaves me in limbo, not ready to make the next step but uncomfortable to where I am at now. anyways, thought i would share.
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