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Suffered abuse during my childhood days.
Hi, I am 34 years old  married, having one kid .  My husband sometimes complaints of the fact that I don't speak to him properly, but I am not able to differentiate that. I suffered a lot of physical , emotional and mental abuse during my childhood. My parents used to fight and then my father would beat me very badly . It started when I was 4 years old.He will hit on my back using fist, would slap me on my face,  would twist my ears and cheeks till they were swollen . He would abuse me with slangs and tell me I am no good . If anyone intervened, he would hit me more. My mother would blame me  . I have 2 more siblings but my parents never abused them . My grandmother would accuse me of theft and jealousy towards my siblings when that was not the case. I am still grateful to my parents for sponsoring my education. I love them, and have forgiven them , but it still affects me badly. Sometimes I am unable to sleep. Need help so that it doesn't effect my family.
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The abuse that you shared here, could be surely one of the reason as you might get disturbed because of such thoughts and end of the day it was your childhood and the memories doesn’t get out of our life until and unless we make sure by ventilating it out and feeling better.
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I would suggest to talk out to your husband and ask for his support in such times and you will b able to come out of it soon
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Hello! I'm really horrified reading what you have been put through, and I understand the strength it takes for you to survive a household like that and be able to speak about it. Trauma faced at any point of time in life can have rippling effects over other aspects of life. However, there are ways to confront our demons and will need a thorough evaluation, and we will be able to manage some aspects with a short course of medications (if needed only) and plan a psychotherapy. Secondly, if your partner clearly has stated that there is something lacking in the relationship it would help the two of you to sit down and discuss openly about it and be open to each other's views and expectations from the relationship and life as well. Hope this helps for now.
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Seek a full evaluation.
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Yes definitely you would. Benefit from therapy
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Hello... U have suffered alot... N facing world so strongly shows ur resilience U will need medicines as well psychotherapy for better outcome I need to talk to u more to help u better Make paid consultation Best of luck
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