My husband hit me in an argument – should I just forget it and move on? | The Sun06/22/2022
DEAR DEIDRE: WHEN my husband got angry last night, I somehow ended up on the floor.
I’m not sure exactly what happened, but I can’t stop thinking about it.
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We’ve been married for five years. I’m 35 and he’s 37.
I’m in quite a lot of pain today, with bruises down my side.
I can’t remember the details. One minute we were talking, the next I was lying by the side of the bed and I couldn’t get up.
He did say he was sorry and then we went to bed. But I couldn’t sleep, and today I feel really anxious.
I know I can be difficult, and I sometimes do stupid things, so I probably just pushed him too far.
Maybe I’m overthinking it and I should just forget about it and move on.
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He’s never hurt me before but he has thrown things and kicked the door.
I can’t tell anybody because I don’t want them to think badly of him.
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DEIDRE SAYS: This is not your fault. There are no excuses for your violent husband.
It can be hard to accept that you’re in an abusive marriage but you do need to tell someone and get help.
My support pack, Abusive Partner, explains more and will tell you who to contact.
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Please stay with a friend or relative for a few days so you’re safe. You can also find help through Women’s Aid (womensaid.org.uk).
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