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?Anonymous Post? Unfairness is hurting me

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?Anonymous Post? Unfairness is hurting me


Hi all, I have two kids, 6yo boy and a 3yo girl. My husband and I knew each other for a long times before getting married. About half a year ago, he has less and less temper with dealing with my boy. He hits him when he is not listening.

Recently things become more serious, as my partner does not want to talk to my boy. He said he doesn't know how to teach him therefore ignore him. He doesn't want to hug him or just plainly ignore him.

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My boy is unsure what is happening. He doesn't know what he did and he kind of showing a " I don't care attitude. That make my partner doesn't want to deal with him anymore.

The house environment is very bad. I am under stress all the time. I don't know when my partner will come and hit my boy when my boy is arguing/ protesting with me.

My partner will talk to my girl softly. The unfairness is hurting me. However my partner refused to communicate with me, every time I try to tell him how I feel, he will say I am bother him and just keep quiet. The silences is hurting my emotion badly.

I am very concern about his action will cause damage to my children development and perspective. Please help. Thanks

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