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"How to Save Yourself From Domestic Violence"
"How To Save Your Self From domestic Violence"
"How To Save Yourself From Domestic Violence"
I know quite a lot about domestic violence for the simple reason that I was a victim myself about thirty years ago. I'm telling you that it's not a good situation to be in. when you're young and foolish you make wrong choices and end up in a bad relationship, that put you in danger of physically hurt or worse. You also become mentally challenged too. each time you're attacked, you one if it's your last time and most victims are to afraid to do anything about it. When you're in a violent relationship, you should give someone an extra key to your home and important personal papers like, birth certificate, passports and anything else that would be important to you. In case you have to make a run for your life and that is a distinct possibility if you're with a loony tune. we are talking about a person that doesn't care about hurting you or even killing you.
When I went through my traumatic experience with my first husband, I learned that he was insanely jealous and wanted to control my goings and comings and who I was with at all times. He treated me like I was his kid, and not like an adult. Some of the madness I went along with to keep the peace to keep from physically fighting. A lot of the madness I didn't go along with so, I had to fight with him instead. after a while you get fed up with the constantly fighting and being called out your name and being physically and mentally abused. If you have enough courage and guts to start planning how to free yourself of the abuse and violence that you're going through. You must start to plan carefully and strategically on how to leave this person behind. You can never let the person know that you plan on leaving him or her because they could go into a rage and hurt or kill you, before you get a chance to leave. There are sick people out there that feel like if they can't have you, no one will.
So, keep all your plans to yourself unless you have one person that you can trust with your information. Also, you need to get in touch with the domestic violence shelter and they will help you make you move without the person ever knowing and always keep there number handy, where you can get to it right away. I want you know that you are not alone, there are many women, children and even men that go through domestic violence, so don't feel bad,because it happens to the best of us. The most important thing of all is to never give up, until youare free of your problem and you're able to breathe again without fear.
Benny Faye Douglass (C) Copyright 2011