If you have been physically abused by your husband, you need to ask for help.
Speak to your family or some member of the local community. You can go to the nearest counseling center or call a domestic violence hotline in your area.
It must be tiring and hurtful to be in a situation like this. But taking care of the physical and mental health of your children is critical; you have to make sure that they grow up in a safe place.
If he is very controlling, you might need to take steps to prevent him from finding out that you are looking for help until you and your kids are safe. How?
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