Our expert says:
Odd, isn't it ? I hear this surprisingly often from abused women who have left their abuser. Its an echo of how carefully he trained you to blame yourself for his bad behaviour. In fact, you should feel sorry for the new woman who is probably now receiving the abuse. He doesn't deserve to move on or to be happy - why should someone who brings misery to others be happy ? Congratulate yourself on your good fortune to have left him, and consider seeing a counselor to move on.
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