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Thank you, Lina

Reader comment on item: Advice to Non-Muslim Women against Marrying Muslim Men
in response to reader comment: Long distance abuse

Submitted by Robin (United States), Jul 22, 2019 at 09:15

"It really does get to the point where you're driven to borderline insanity, because these men will build you up and put you on a pedestal. And when they don't get what they want they slowly break you down. Quite frankly, I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy."

This is exactly what my husband did to me. While I consider myself fortunate to have ended the "relationship" before things got even worse, I am still very, very upset that as much happened as it did before I realized what was going on. His later words and actions did not speak of love - more like disdain and disgust. Oh sure, he could pretend to be loving, and say all the right things, which just confused the hell out of me. Talk about major mind game playing. We don't want to think that someone we love so much, and are doing so much for, could actually hate us. It's sickening. They convince you they love you, and appreciate everything you are doing for them, and then later you can't do enough.

I really hope that my putting the brakes on the immigration process p*ssed him off. I emailed him the revocation letter from USCIS, and my response telling them all the reasons why they should go ahead and revoke his petition. I also sent him a link to "traits of a sociopath," with the message, "I know what you are." He certainly got the message - within 5 minutes, at approximately 3:00 a.m. his time, he responded with "thank you." Prior to that, he had sent me an email saying he was now in Italy, and to wish him good luck. I know he's not in Italy. He's lucky I can't afford to go to South Korea, because I would mess him up badly. I doubt anyone there would care. One day, he is going to f*ck with the wrong person. Too bad I won't be there to see it.

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