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i have been with my husband for 5 yrs. the first year was great after that he became very jealous. we have a 2 yr old son and i have 2 daughters fro a previous relationship. he seems to have an arguement every day for me about me cheating. about 2 yrs ago we had a family gathering at my house. we all had some drinks my cousin was there with her fiance. he claims that i was flirting with him because half way through the party my husband went in the room for along time, so i went to see what was wrong. at this point he asked me to lie down and not to go out anymore. i asked why he became upset and told me to just do it. so i did. my cousin walked in and asked what was wrong behind her was her fiance. her fiance approached him and was also as he calls very loud and asked him to come out and have a another beer. he said no. my cousin and him then asked me and i said in hand signals no. mycousins boyfriend at this time came and got me up from my hand to go out of the room. that did it!!! my husband became so upset that he threw everyone out. i tried to explain that my cousin was there and how can he think that i was going to be flirting with him. he does not understand. so know every day he goes thrugh my ceel phone, smells my clothing, and its an arguement every day. he claims i am always flirting and gets upset even because i talk to any guy, he claims he is aware that me and my brother inlaw had something to do with each other. i try to reassure hime that he is wrong and i love only him he does not understand. i get so upset i get ready to eave him. then he does not let me and says he is sorry but its just that he cannot get over what i did whith my cousins fiance. i repeat i did nothing and he just stays quiet. i am tiered an out of solutions. what should i do. Advice
I didn't really need to read beyond your first few sentences. Your husband sounds like a dangerous man. He is controlling, violent, and jealous. Get out now before he hurts you or your children.

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