My spouse has an anger problem and admits it. In the last 6 monthes he has pushed me 3 times and two days ago he actually slapped me on my back. I moved out that same day. He now see's how serious his problem is and is getting anger management help and is going to begin talking on the phone to a counseler whenever he needs it, probably on a regular basis. He has changed drastically before, before I met him he did drugs heavily. I told him when we got together I was not that kind of person and wouldnt be with someone who was and he hasnt touched them since. I watched him go through the withdrawls and everything. He now is going to get help for his anger issues. Hoping to become a better person and father to our daughter and eventually one day become a family again. I told him after he is in his program and is more comfortable with himself and this change that we can begin dating and slowly working our way from there. I said I would be a phone call away for moral support and I would cheer him on but until I see the program is working and he is working with it, we will not live together. I am I doing the right thing? And is it possible he can fix this and we become a family again?
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