When I was a kid I was physically and verbally abused. Now I am having a really hard time in my relationship with my husband it's one of the main reasons we can't get along and I want a divorce. When we argue he is verbally abusive, sometimes I am verbally abusive back, but it seems that he always know how to strike an old wound from when I was a kid, one that makes me feel really rejected, or unaccepted. Those emotional wounds I wounder if they ever really heal or if they just stay there and we have to try to avoid re injuring them. Any way even when I tell him he's really hurting me he just doesn't stop. The only thing I can figure out is that he just doesn't love me. The therapist says we have to walk away from the conversation befor it ever becomes abusive, but that just doesn't seem to happen, I really do wonder if this will ever get better.
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