The Hurricane Forces of Abuse

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Many women live in verbal and physical abuse, feeling hopeless that there is a way out. Are they in another country than where you live? No. Are you they in another city? No, and they may even be in your own neighborhood. One woman may be you.

I remember I used to think It will get better, when he verbally put me down.

I tried so hard to act in ways I thought he would like so that he would speak to me kindly instead of using an emotionless voice to say hate-filled words to me.

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4 thoughts on “The Hurricane Forces of Abuse

  1. No-one should be forced to suffer this kind of abuse. Physical or emotional are both demeaning. Reach out to someone who can counter these effects and offer comfort and support instead. Hostels are not the nicest places but they are a refuge and make sure you involve the police as abuse is never a one time only event.
    When involving he police, make sure their report does not include your address as the report goes to court and a copy may go to the opposition solicitors.
    xxx Hugs xxx

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