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post #16 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-09-2017, 12:29 PM
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Re: Husband Financial Abuses

You're right. This is financial abuse. He's forcing you to sell your stuff to pay for his children's food and your own needs. That's disgusting. See a lawyer and use an average salary amount you can search online for his occupation and get a real child support and alimony estimate then lay it on the table for him. Show him how much he will be paying you once you file and tell him he either goes to counseling and opens the accounts to you so that you don't have to live poor while he spends away or you will file and get the money your kids deserve that way. This is his LAST chance and if he blows it, you need to get your ducks in a row and prepare to leave. It won't get better and it's extremely unfair to your kids for you to stay with a man who would rather buy expensive bike parts than feed and clothe them.

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You are a grown woman, get a job if you want a job! Period!

You need to divorce this man.. like yesterday.

Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.

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post #18 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-11-2017, 11:08 AM
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Originally Posted by 3Xnocharm View Post
You are a grown woman, get a job if you want a job! Period!

You need to divorce this man.. like yesterday.

This. ^^^^

The other poster was right. He will never change.

And OP you need to respond to Elegirl and let her move this thread to a more trafficked forum.
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Originally Posted by redpoppies34 View Post
Thank you two. I have told him I would get a job. But we have children at home (one in grade school) and he tells me that was not our arrangement... meaning I need to be here with him after school. The thing is I do make my own side money because I work really hard and I sell literally anything I can, or find things to resale. He says, well you have money. I just don't feel this is fair or right. I cant see anything in our joint checking. He is allowed to buy things with family money but I have to go sell out of my closet or make things to sell on top of my mother/housekeeping job.
Well, if you're going to let an abusive ass-clown dictate what you do, then you'll continue to have NO options. Your kid will do just fine in after school care, so stop using him as an excuse to stay home. I'll ALSO assume your other kids are older, and not all under 5 years old and still at home, so one of them can just as easily care for the one younger one after school.

Stop making excuses to stay right where you are, begging for every dollar you need from this troglodyte. Who knows, once you become financially independent, maybe you'll realize what a jackass you married and leave him.
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