Well I've finally stumbled across this wonderful website and think this might be the first step for me. I didn't realise how difficult it would be to find online support and nothing really available in Australia from my hours or searching. I've finally decided to have some counselling after 7 years separated/divorced and it feels like the control is worse now than it ever has been. It seems that it could be a few months until I can get into my preferred counselling group. And I guess I need the help right now! The harder I try to regain my life, the harder he hangs on. I know things will get worse before they get better that I understand. The more he loses control - the more manic he will become trying to regain his position back. Does anyone have tips as to how you get through those days where you just want to run for the hills?
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