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Hi im looking for some advise from someone whos been in a similar situaton.
Im 44 with 2 teenagers. ive been divorced for 11 years. my partner is 45 with 2 teenagers. i met him 8 years ago. bought a house together a year later. total disaster. discovered his anger issues and his need to control. critised my kids and me and left 3 years ago. still seeing him. hes promised to get help but nothing real has happend. cant figure why im still holding onto my hope that he ll redeme himself? im still in the house we bought together and hes not living here but hes still critising and still not sorting out his anger. still making his excuses and still we argue.why do i love him?
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