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I’m devastated that my son’s chosen to live with his abusive dad

DEAR DEIDRE: AFTER listening to my son ripping into someone on the phone, I was devastated to realise he was talking about me.

Instead of apologising, he dropped the bombshell that he was moving out to live with his dad.

I reminded him his father is a bully but he wouldn’t listen

I reminded him his father is a bully but he wouldn’t listen

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I’m 46 and my boy is 16. Years ago he witnessed hideous physical abuse from my ex-husband, who was controlling and verbally abusive towards me.

He never took any interest in my son or daughter, who is now 11.

My ex is 48 and left four years ago. My lad was always close to me, so this is very upsetting.

I reminded him his father is a bully but he wouldn’t listen. He packed a bag and his dad picked him up.

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I went to visit him last week and he looked scruffy and malnourished, like a homeless child.

I’m heartbroken but my husband is loving every moment.

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