I used to be in a relationship where my boyfriend was abusive. On a scale of 1-10 10 being the worst I would say I was about a 7 or 8. I have never had a broken bone or had to get stiches from him, but everything else you can think of happend. I was pinched, name called, made to feel like shit, slapped, punched, been a target for random objects, have objects in my home be broken, cheated on, raped, forced into leaving my family, threatened to be killed. the list could go on and on. my question to everyone out there is would you let your children around a man like that? Keep in mind that in order to get my child back a couple times, i have had to get the police involved. he doesn't pay child support, he doesn't support his son, but he claims to love him more than life itself. would you as parents and people of experience let a man (a boy i should say) have any kind of visitation? and also what do you say to the parents of the abuser who want their son to see my child? one last thing, if you have been abused from 1-10 what would you rate your abuse? i know its a funny question but i would like to get the feel of who i am talking to and what they have been through. you don't have to explain what you went through. kind of an anonymous way to let out.
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