I am married for the second time to a man that I thought was wonderful. We have been married for 2 years. He has a 8 year old daughter from a previous marriage and I have 3 daughters and 2 sons also from a previous marriage. During the past 2 years I have went through being hit, choked, raped, threatened, and being put down. I have listened to him scream so much I hear it in my sleep. I left him over a month ago and pressed charges for his latest threats which was to kill me if I ever left him. There was so much more that happened in that last two days that I was there that most of it is a blur. He already knew all the physical, emotional, and sexual abuse that I went through growing up and I guess he didn't really care. In the last month I have talked to him on the phone and in person a few times. I have learned that after I pressed charges he went to the doctor and is now being treated for being bipolar and for anxiety. He keeps telling me that if I continue with these charges that I won't be hurting him I will be hurting his daughter as well because then she won't get to see him. I love this little girl and I would never do anything to hurt her. It's for her that I am even considering dropping the charges. I know how much she loves him. Someone help please. What do I do because it seems like either way someone is going to get hurt? Don't get me wrong no matter what I am not going back. I just want my divorce. To prove that point I even moved out of the county and since he has no car there is no way for him to come here. Not only that but he really has no clue where I am.
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