It's amazing how the truth is not the light.
October 18, 2016 12:42am CST
My daughter is on my bed 1:30 am about to call around for that abuser. I told her no way should she be calling other people for him. Let him stay out there. No because he is my husband like that is something of joy. Oh well I said while your sitting there think about what you have to lose and what your willing to lose. because messing with hi it wil be your freedom or your life if you don't get out. She said something under her breath and walked out. Good now stay out. lol. I keep telling her to stop coming to talk to me.
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18 Oct 16
It's probably out of line, but I would have told her, "Then he needs to start acting like your husband instead of your master." Sad as it is, her truth is different than the truth you and I and everyone else outside the situation sees. Next time she comes to talk to you about it, tell her that she's a married woman and it's not appropriate to bring you into her relationship. If she wants advice on her situation or to vent, send her over to the forum I'm linking here. The tone's a bit gentler than the board I suggested previously, but I can't see any of the ladies there supporting his actions if she actually tells what he's done. She might think twice about it if she hears what she's been hearing from you from a bunch of internet strangers, too. It's easy to think Mom's just biased against the guy, but strangers might be seen as a neutral source. Worth a shot, at any rate. Even if she decides not to post she could pick up a lot of good advice just by lurking.