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waterpolo8
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I've been going out with my girl friend for a year and a half, i love her with all my heart and i always have. But she can be really mean, hitting, and saying things that make me feel aweful.

There's this other girl whom
i've been friends with for a long time, bestfriends. when me and my girl friend are fighting (starting to be everyday now...) i cant stop thinking about the other one, i hate it

help me =(

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youmey23
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well if you have feelings for this other one and the one your with is abusive then i think you should break up with the one your with and go for it.

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atm1
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Hi Mannn,

It does sound like your current girlfriend is abusive. I strongly encourage you to end that relationship and take some time before entering another.

Do you need help leaving your current relationship? Are there any resources we can find for you?

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waterpolo8
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no, I can do it. I just don't know how to deal with the feelings for the other girl.
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Heather
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My suggestion is to recognize that those are feelings to address later, not right now.

For right now, I'd focus on getting out of this current relationship and giving yourself some time and space to heal.

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