When is too much too much? How do you know when to give up and walk away? I've been trying to leave for years! And everytime that I try it seems like EVERY avenue that I walk down, detours me right back to him. I've always been an independant woman, but after we had kids I stayed home and stopped working full-time! Now he is a controlling maniac! My finances aren't right and while it's best to leave under my own power then to leave in a body bag, I REFUSE to have my children living in squander because he's an ass! But now, my son (2) is starting to pick up on things and understand exactly what's going on! I need out but I have NO clue what to do! I don't know where to start! A few weeks ago we got into it, and I called 611 to no avail. The local shelter told me that there where no availabilities! And I can't go to a battered womens shelter because I am the aggressor in the relationship! I'm the one usually physical! So what is my next step? Are there anymore options? I'm actaully afraid (well I'm not AFRAID more worried) that if I go back that he will put his hands on me after this latest altercation because he never did before! But I can't continue to sleep on my sister's couch with my two kids!
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