Three weeks ago I hadn't seen her car for a week.
I was in shock, but I was also excited because maybe now she'll realize that she can have a better man -- me! Yesterday, I told her to give me a call when she wants me to take her out to lunch. I've had my eye on this woman for two years now. I won her trust, emotional support, and her respect. If he finds out she’s dating a 20-year-old man at work, he will probably beat her up even more.
Whether or not she knew he was violent when she married him, she went back to him after the first time he hit her and again after the second time he hit her.
When I finally did see her, I asked her where she'd been, and she said, "You can't say anything." I agreed. After all, most people don't tell people this stuff unless they really love and trust them, right? Now, I do have a girlfriend, but I do not feel this way towards my girlfriend as I do for my 40-year-old mistress. I asked her friend where she was, and her friend told me that her step-father passed away. I feel we need to talk outside of work and not on a work break or when one of us comes into the store to do some shopping. Last week I finally got the nerve to ask her for her phone number, and she gave it to me!There's a strong chance her husband will commit violence again, and she needs police protection. Dating A Married Woman With a Violent Husband Is Dangerous: Number two. Wait until she gets a divorce before you ask her out on a date.It isn’t respectful of her, and it will complicate her life if you start dating her while she is married (to a wife batterer). Also, be aware that this woman chose a man who was violent as her husband.She said she was staying at her sister's house. She was like, "okay, great" with that big, old smile on her face. She must trust me to tell me where she lives and what's going on with her marriage and to give me her cell phone number, right? There is also a good chance he will come after you, too.
So, basically, I need to know what all of this means. Unfortunately, the typical response of women in violent situations is that they do return to the perpetrator, as your friend has.