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omg... i dunno if ur dad is involved in ur lives, but i know that what u just descirbed would have resulted in my dad putting this guy though a window... what does ur sister say about all this? does she think this is normal? have u tried talking to her...man u have me all agitated for u and her now. lol.
That does not sounds like a healthy relationship at all!!! Is there domestic violence there too? It just sounds like that type of situation. I dont know what to tell you. If she doesnt want to leave him, then there really isnt much you can do other than pray for her safety and the baby's until she realizes what the situation is.
Wow... I'm going to also question DV in the relationship... Because that's exactly how a friend of mine was treated after the birth of her second son to this one guy. He could care less about her. All he cared about was the baby, even when she came within an inch of her life after giving birth due to complications. He told the nurses "Do whatever... I don't care. I just care about the baby"... And the baby hd already BEEN born and was fine when the mom started having problems.
We found out a few years later that he was very abusive... he wouldn't let the kids stay with her during the day, he always took the kids to his mothers.... He wouldn't let her BF... He wouldn't let her do anything really, and pretty much... sounds the same way your sisters BF is...
I wish you LOTS of luck!
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