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#3008684 07/10/19 05:11 AM
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My husband and I have been together for five years now. I will be honest: I have a problem lying to him about stupid stuff. I recently stupidly lied to my husband about an accident because I was afraid to tell him what happened. Ever since then, he gives me the cold shoulder. He gets so mad and ignores me for days. He's really verbally and emotionally abusive. He tells me all the bad things about me and calls me awful names. Should we call it quits? I'm tired of crying, please suggest me what should i do?

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Hi Kathy, welcome to Marriage Builders. Are you married?


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You've just called it. If he's verbally and emotionally abusive, it's definitely time to say goodbye. Abuse should be a red flag and you owe it to yourself to leave this kind of situation.


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