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Should I leave or should I go?!?

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Relationship advice To start this off my husband and I have been together for on and off 3 years. When we got married we didn't have anything except eachother. We both come from rough pasts and didn't have contact with our children from previous relationships.
As our marriage progressed we got off the street and got our children back and built a beautiful home. Shortly after my daughter came back into the picture he became abusive and I didn't understand. As things progressed the abuse got worse and the drinking and lying is out of control. I became pregnant and thought it would stop and it hasn't. I've left and came back to give him chances so many times but he never changes.
I'm writing because we have a beautiful son and I want to know if counseling can even fix something like an abusive husband or should I just throw in the towel because I have tried all other options. I don't have anyone I can talk to and feel like I'm drowning in my depression. Any advice will help thanks

Should I leave or should I go?!?

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I think you should consult a psychologist for you husband. I myself is a doctor and i have seen real magic with their consultation. psychologist enters people's mind and understand what they are trying to hide. So you should better hurry.this time don't let anything trouble your family.

Should I leave or should I go?!?

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Hi Anotherchanceplz,

Counseling doesn't fix an abusive husband. An abusive husband that seeks counseling may be able to use what he learns there to fix himself. Is your husband willing to seek counseling to learn how to change? If he doesn't make the choice and the effort, he will not change. Whether he does or not, you should seek help for yourself and your children. Get counseling for yourself. A counselor can help you to understand what you can do to make your life better.

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