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Old 01-01-2018, 11:16 AM
CenTexLyn CenTexLyn is offline
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His behavior is NOT going to change. That someone else had to intervene is NOT a good sign. That he is this irresponsible while being in the military is NOT a good thing.

Domestic violence is not something where someone wakes up and just decides not to be an asshole. It unfortunately is something that has a propensity to get worse as time goes on. All too often, someone winds up seriously injured or dead. His upbringing is something for him to work on in counseling, not by being an abusive jerk...and even if one buys into the 'two to tango' explanations of domestic violence, someone has to be the bigger person and walk away in order to de-escalate a situation.

Oh, and YOU didn't 'put him in jail.' His own actions did that. With a concurrence of law enforcement who responded.
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