Caring boyfriend has turned into a bully since we got married and had a kid | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: THE man I live with today is nothing like the one I met five years ago.

The kind, caring boyfriend he was back then has turned into a bully who looks at me with disgust.

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I’m 33 and he’s 35. We have been married for three years and have a son, who is two.

Everything started to shift once we were married – he would compliment other women on social media, was openly critical about my looks and said the nastiest things to me.

I have cried to him and told him I’m so low I may leave but he threatens to hurt me and “make sure I never see my son again”.

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DEIDRE SAYS: Your husband’s behaviour is raising red flags and I’m afraid he is abusive.

It is very damaging, particularly for your son to be living in a house like this. Please consider living separately.


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