Relationship Violence Story From Dimond

by Dimond
(Location Unknown)

Well me and my boyfriend has been together for about five years and throughout our relationship it was times when I don't do what my boyfriend says he will try to fight me and embarrass me in front of people. He has cheated on me a lot of times and one day I had cheated on him and he treated me as if I had ended the world and still to this day he brings up that situation. He calls me names like bitch, dummy, bipolar ass bitch, and a hoe. He tells me how when I leave him all I'm goin' to do is go f*** somebody else. He tries to fight anybody he looks like they're looking at me. He's very insecure. And at the end of all of that he tells me I started it, I started yelling at him or I swung on him first. And then when he's finish blaming it on me then he tells me he's sorry and that he doesn't want to lose me, I am all he has.

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Sep 22, 2009
You're in a very unhealthy relationship...
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You are NOT in a healthy relationship, Dimond. There is no respect between the two of you, only fighting and "honeymoon" periods. Get out before something even more serious happens to you. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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Sep 23, 2009
You Know Him:
by: maurice

Your story Dimond is telling you what to do yourself. Darlene and any of her visitors who comment like myself say the same thing. Get away from him. You know he is a very weak male, you say who he is so don't stay with Him. He won't get any better so don't ruin your life by staying in such a relationship. You sure are intelligent to know he is not going to change. You say he is insecure, where are you in yourself do you feel secure by staying in such a contradiction of a relationship. Well??? Always believe in yourself. Dimond be sure be safe. Have respect for your own intelligence where you find yourself at right now in your life. Get a life for yourself. Build up your own self worth/self esteem. You have family/friends around you to advise you. Listen to them. If you have the opportunity to speak with a counsellor than do Dimond. The'll put you on the right path away from Him.

Oct 12, 2009
take yo tale on
by: mariah

guhl um...... staying with him aint gone do nun but get you killed.....its time for u to leave him

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