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25 Apr 12 #326487 by dollysmum
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As you guys know im going through a divoce, STBX has come home(we still share the same house) and has received the divorce petition, he has taken the car the family car away from me (6wks) and as my solicitor obviously mentioned something about this he has come into my room shouting im not having the effing car, and has now unplugged the sky box and is on the phone i presume cancelling internet/sky and whatever else he can think of:( do i sit tight ignore him, leave the house and walk around the streets until he calms down? im in a panic!!!

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25 Apr 12 #326488 by Marshy_
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Hi Dollysmum.

Stay or go? I reckon stay unless you feel threatened. If you have yr own room, you could just lock it. But if you dont feel safe, leave. No money or belongings or anything else is worth a life or a filling in. C.

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