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Confused714

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Confused714

Since my husband found out I was thinking of leaving he keeps saying "don't leave" or bringing up what was said. I have even said I am not leaving(which I'm not st the moment. He knows what has to change. I decided to give him one last chance while I put things in place just in case). I asked him to stop bringing it up  or keep talking about it but he just keeps doing it. Is it a way to make me feel guilty?

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Quaddie

Yes.

 

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Fluffyflea

Yes and to ultimately twist everything and make it your fault.

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Bennu

And notice that he keeps doing it despite the fact that you asked him not to. I think he just used up his one last chance.

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MorningGlory

Just another facet to argue over. He will not quit. 

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Melinoe

Absolutely it is a manipulation. And it is also a way for him to avoid having to do any actual work on changing, while appearing to be "different". He's just switched the script - from yelling at you and saying his anger is your fault, to now whining at you and telling you not to leave. 

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