Our expert says:
Its never possible to wisely ignore threats like that, even if he mos of the time doesn't mean them. Call POWA and discuss your options, with an emphasis mon HOW to do what you know you need to do. If he feels his suicide is justified because nobody likes him, suggest he should see a counsellor and work on understanding WHY no-pne seems to like him, and how to become likeable. IF there is a divorce based on an emotionally abusive man who has threatened violence, I don't see how he could prevent you from having custody.
But you have received a large amount of excellent advice and support, and know what you should do for your sake and that of your child --- now just DO IT>
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