(Closed) he beat me up..badly.

posted 4 years ago in Emotional
Post # 46
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953 posts
Busy bee

Call the police. 

He decided to do this too you. Every single hit was a choice. Fuck him he chose to go to jail, he chose for this relationship to end. 

I’ve been there and he broke my whole face, knocked teeth out, my left eye retina was detaching.  My nose broken, my cheek broken, my ocular bone broken…literally he broke my face. He beat me for over an hour holding me down with his knees , sitting on me and pummeling my face.

He knows with each throw of his fist what he is doing. 

It’s your house. He has NO right there. You call the police and they will help get you in contact with victims support. 

Do you believe this is the first and last time he will hurt you? What about the next girl he dates? Do you think you will ever feel safe with him again? NO you won’t.   He needs to get the fuck out and get the fuck into a jail cell.

 

Post # 47
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: City, State

 

redheadbee77:  Just checking in, are you okay?

Post # 48
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1042 posts
Bumble bee

Don’t worry what people think.  youre friends will have your back. 

You NEED to go to the police. Not just for yourself, but for other woman that may have the misfortune of dating him after you. You need a restraining order and you need to document your injuries. ASAP. You are a strong woman. Don’t let him get away with this. 

The only failed relationship is staying in one way past its expiration date. This isn’t a reflection on you. It’s all about him and his short comings. 

Post # 49
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1042 posts
Bumble bee

And as for the ring he can shove it up his ass. 

 

Post # 50
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1169 posts
Bumble bee

You need to get out  NOW! The relationship is not going to get better.  The abuse will only get worse. Call the police and report his ass Before the bruises heal!!

Post # 51
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

redheadbee77:  You are not in the wrong.  Get him out of your life entirely, now.  Stay strong – imagine all of us standing behind you.  

Post # 52
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730 posts
Busy bee

You ok? I know you are probably in shock, but please check in and contact the police if you haven’t yet.

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Post # 54
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

redheadbee77: Getting out of an abusive relationship isn’t a failure, it’s a freaking SURVIVAL story. You are doing one of the bravest things any woman can do. 

The relationship is failing right now–to ignore that for the sake of not rocking the boat is the failure. Accepting that you will never have the life you want with your fiance is the first step towards getting the things that you want–security, love, happiness. You are so, so brave and I wish I were there to hug you & tell you that in person. <3

Post # 55
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

ps. Hope you are ok, OP. We’re thinking of you & rooting for you. I really hope you are safe and please do update us when you get the chance. 

Post # 56
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38 posts
Newbee

Sending you support and keeping you in my prayers. make your safety your Priority. He will not change. Taking care of yourself is the best thing you can do!

Post # 58
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746 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

There’s nothing wrong with wanting a husband and a family – but this isn’t the guy to do it with.  This is how women eventually end up dead when they stay with these types of men.  None of this is your fault.

Men who are abusers are very manipulative.  He seems like a great guy, sometimes almost to good.  Then slowly, over time he starts to change and eventually abuses his partner.  Don’t blame yourself for “falling for it” it happens to so many women.  Abusive men can also sense when a woman is feeling vulernable, maybe lonely and they exploit that. 

Post # 60
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA

redheadbee77:  change the locks ASAP!!!! Do not let him back in the house!!! Arrange for someone (a male friend, brother, etc) to drop off his stuff in a public place if he really needs it. Statistically the most dangerous time for women in abusive relationships is when they’re trying to end things, because the guy has nothing left to lose.

Please be smart and be safe! He’s shown how dangerous he can be, so you have to believe him. 

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