My husband and I have been together for 2 years but not married a year yet. He has anger problems and has hit his ex-wife before. He has gotten me so tired of his constant baggering of things I should do or how I should do them or even when. He treats me like a divine being. He controls or tries to control every aspect of my life from how I eat to when I should take a bath. He has started showing signs of anger by throwing things in a fit or pushing a table and lecturing me. He even beat two of the dogs really bad because they pissed him off. I just can't explain how it is, deep down I am scared of him even though i won't let him control me. I left the other day. I went to get some clothes and he has changed the lock and didn't even contact me. I just afraid how far it will go. He says I don't and haven't never put 100% into the marriage since we have been married but really it that I not bowing down to every ideal in his head. He compares our marriage to his parents, by the way wasn't so good his father is contolling and mean and his mother is a servant. I just don't know what to look for or expect but I do know it is not all me yet I feel guilt for leaving him,,,so really confused and worried what to do
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