Idk what to do??

So, I just got of an abusive relationship because he was cheating but he keeps saying he’ll kill himself if i leave him alone and he says he cant live without me i cant lie i still love him but i cant get back with him BUT something is telling me he’ll change but i keep thinking about all the abusive things he used to do and i dont want to have a rewind but i honestly think he just needs to talk to someone

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3 Responses to “Idk what to do??”

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  1. UrbanFiasco says:

    If he sugests he will hurt himself then maybe you should direct him to a counselor. In the past he abused you, and although you still love him thats no excuse to tolerate abuse. The best way to be there for him is to help him get counseling.

  2. laurenclarke says:

    Nine times out of ten he will not change if he does not get the help he needs. It probably took you a lot of courage to finally get out of the relationship, are you sure you want to go back? Give him this number if he is serious about killing himself. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Also, convince him to talk to a counselor about his abusive problem, because this is only the beginning. Even though you were strong enough to leave, another may not and no one should have to go through the pain of an abusive relationship.

  3. myieshasmith says:

    NO you shouldn’t go back with him. You can NEVER try to change someone they have to change on their own. Also, Never go back to someone who disrespects you, a man who hits you, DOESN’T respect you! And if he is talking about killing himself just direct him to someone who can help him with that situation. Do not allow yourself to be in a relationship like that!

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