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  1. I have a friend whose in this dilemma. I told her to get out months ago but she chose to stay. Its getting deeper and more troubling as time goes on. I have backed out of her world completely because my advice doesnt help her situation, if anything it only makes it more confusing. It seems this man has complete control over her thoughts and actions. She literally told me she was scared to leave because he will act crazy and do crazy stuff. I'm saddened by this whole thing and feel hopeless as I watch my friend give up her happiness and future to this narscissist

  2. Ever since I saw these the first time a few years ago, I send it to others I know. I love how she explains it all in easy terms and does surge coat it. Plus does mention men too. I know for me if I heard her talk years ago I would have got out sooner.

  3. It happens a lot, sadly including my girlfriend, whose ex-boyfriend abused her and caused her very heavy mental damage, have nightmares every day and very Unconfident I want to help her, but I don't know how

  4. I was 5 years in a mentally and physically abusive relationship myself, i was almost 18 years old he was 31, i left him when i was 23, my mom forced me to file a case against him and it took 6 months of building up a court case with the police, in the end he only went 3 days in jail and had 250hrs of community service and forced treatment for him being a alcoholic, the last time he heavy abused me was on my birthday 31 december because there was only enough physical proof and eye withnesses of that one day (and only a little proof still of 25 and 26 december first and second christmas day) all the other abuse he did over the years there wasn't enough proof for… right now he still stalks me, he even tried sabotaged our car that could have had us run into a heavy accident if we didn't notice fast enough that the wheels were twisted loose, (we noticed it on time on the highway) but yes there is no proof for the police that it is him, we know it was him but no proof is no case… now 12 years later he still stalks me and i don't know if it will ever stop.

  5. My friend and I went
    For lunch at MacDonald ? We noticed this young mother of three kids
    She was crying 🤣
    We felt bad for her she
    Say that her husband.
    Beat her all the time.
    But didn't have family
    Except for that was
    Coming to get her ?
    But she said she was.
    Afraid 😟 of her husband ? We had a
    Big talked w her and.
    And we said leave him
    You and your children
    Deserve a good life 😂
    We asked for # to make sure she left?
    And she did ? We save
    Someone's life?🤗😃😀🥲

  6. Great revelations! My story would be different. I stayed with an abuser, not out of love, but fear of having to make a life on my own…as each of our 5 children were born. But as they grew up and I found that I had lost (over 17 yrs) all that I was or could have been…so I finally left! But, it was as difficult as I had imagined that it could be…to find my own sanity and build a new life. But, after many years, I did find a meaningful life, and can now look back thru the sadness and know that it was worth all the struggles, to be in a life that matters and is with safety and peace.

  7. It's because it's complicated. I live with my 33 year old son. He is a violent alcoholic. We signed our lease. I got hurt on the job. Covid hit. He feels he has no future because of the state of the world, so he drinks daily. He goes on social media becomes enraged by all of it and turns on the only person who has always stood by him, mom. I've called the cops 4x. Never in 56 years have I called them. Because he hasn't hurt me yet, nothing happens. Each time it escalates more because he thinks they don't believe me. I can't move. I'm on workman's comp and make 900 a month. I have wonderful landlords and I can afford living here. I wouldn't qualify for another place. I will have to live on the streets. I can't kick him out because with a new roommate I would have to requalify my income and I wouldn't be approved.

    He attacked me 5 years ago. I had to have my knee replaced. It took 1 1/2 years to rehabilitate and walk again. He has punched 18 holes in my door and 15 throughout the house. He threatened to beat me bad. I believe him. But I don't have the guts to take it so the cops will take him away.

    My biggest fear. He has a coworker who is talking him into buying a gun. It's easy to see where that leads for me. The day he gets a gun is the day I vanish into homelessness.

    See it is always complicated. And i just hit the highlights.

  8. These story very disturbing, and very upsetting
    I am Glad that this Woman Survived this terrible situation

    Beating up a Woman doesn't make a man tough…

    Beating up a Woman doesn't make a man strong…

    Beating up a Woman doesn't make a man cool…

    Beating up a Woman doesn't make a man a man….

    I believe in the Safety and Well-being Women, Children, and Men

    WOMEN Have the  RIGHT to FEEL  SAFE and BE SAFE

    This is a reply post regarding a article on Assault Against Woman:

    For what is statistically true, or accurate, and even what is not included statistically, and all other crime such as this is what is ( violence against women) Always unacceptable…

    Women have the Right to Feel SAFE and be Safe…

    No woman…, or person….child…should ever have to experience this kind heinous personal intrusion in their lifetime, this seems to be occurring at least according to news reports more, and all to often.

    Actually this activity should be in a stage, or state of Reversal, and NOT Increasing, I am continually upset as well as greatly disturbed in hearing such stories, as I have always have been…

    My Heart Always… goes out to any person which have experienced any such similar experience of intrusion, attacks, and, or invasion of their personal well-being… due violence, and or violent behavior,

    I will continue Praying for the Safety and Well-Being of Others…
    Keep everyone SAFE
    PLEASE BE SAFE
    Your Life is important

    Advocate of Humanity, Author, Writer, Poet, Safety Advocate
    Jason Sandifer,
    Michigan  
    MESSAGE REPOSTED

  9. I am so glad I got away from my abusier the second time he beat me up and knocked my teeth out .And tried to keep me from going to my sisters funeral. I think that is what Put the icing on the cake .I was only with him off and on for 11 months . Thank God I got away.

  10. another good reason they dont leave is because they never hand out justice.. just a slap on the wrist and some restraining orders.. nothing stops that person from breaking into your house and killing you in the night.. thats why the best justice for domestice abuse is just killing them or beating them wthin an inch of their life and telling them their fucking dead if they ever come back..

    I used to do this for a few people… Id wait till some ex got the bright idea to visit and I would be waiting for them in the dark.. I killed a few got them drunk and crashed their cars to make it look like an accident I still sleep like a baby. court could not give justice that good…only a real hero can.

  11. Reading your comments & learning of all your stories is so heart breaking. You are all strong, worthy, & inspiring! When one is abused in childhood, a choice (whether conscious or unconscious) is made as an adult. One continues the cycle of abuse or they end it. Hurt people, hurt people. You cannot give another person self worth. You can’t save them & if you try, you are the one who will need saving in the end. ❤️

  12. The woman is never to blame for being the victim of domestic violence. But every woman who allows it to go on and doesn't leave is taking an active choice (unless the woman lives in a country where domestic violence is allowed and they do legally and culturally not have a choice)

  13. my father got angry for no reason I was super confused so asked him what's wrong he said you. Then I ran sobbing to my bedroom he walked in and yelled and said "wtf" and held me by my neck and yelled thankfully he leg after about 5 mins. This wasn't the first time it happened, I still have no clue why he was angry I ran to the bathroom lock myself in, and grabbed a razor, and he managed to open it he got angry I was defending myself then went to my laptop and broke it he took 7 months to get me a new one and he said sorry but I don't accept it.

  14. There is no such thing as complete protection from law enforcement,social workers, or judges. A protection order is laughable.If an abuser wants to hurt you, he'll find a way without being caught.The best way to "disappear" is with the help of friends who are strong and true to you.

  15. My name is Felicia Bertram and I am a victim of domestic violence since August 2009 and i lost my mom and dad because i left my abuser and took our kids. My abuser shot both of my parents and was wanted in all states. What he has done to me no one will ever understand. I could tell you some of the things he did but i don't want to raise any red flags. I lost my parents in March of 2019 and I blame myself every day. My family asks me why I didn't leave and it was because he told me that " If I ever left he would go after my family. The straw that broke me was when I was duct taped to a computer chair and i was stabbed over 60 times in the chest and legs for something I didn't do. I have permanent nerve damage in my legs and suffer from night terrors and PTSD, sever depression, bi-polar and schizophrenia because of this guy. They FBI, National guard got him try to cross the boarder to come back to the USA and was on trial for the murder of my parents but hung himself in jail because her knew what he had done. I do feel sorry for his family. But MY family deserved to hear the judge say " YOUR GUILTY" but we will NEVER get to hear that because he took the devils way out by hanging himself. I want to tell the victims of domestic violence that there is always a way out weather you think it or not there is. If anyone needs help I don't care who they are HELP them please. Domestic Violence is NOT a JOKE it is real. Please help your friends or family or who ever it may be. This all happened to me in March 23rd 2019. My parents names are Randal and Annette Grimes you can youtube there names and the story is there for you to watch if you all want to. Thank you for reading this.

  16. An absolutely brilliant speech by a brave articulate woman of great courage and character.
    Thank-you for sharing your story with the world.
    Someone I know needs to see this video and I will make sure they have that opportunity.
    Once again thankyou leslie and thank-you TED

  17. Men can't fix troubled Women, Women can't fix troubled Men. And the sooner we move on from these archaic, delusional, Disney, Hallmark and Lifetime tropes of romance and romantic relationships, the better off we'll be as a Society.

  18. If he hits you ONCE…LEAVE. Walk out..naked if you have too…either walk..or leave in a body bag and get taken to a morgue. LEAVE..A man would hit me ONCE…He would NEVER do it again….

  19. Man…. I've been put in the hospital so many times… concussions.. miscarriages.. broken wrist.. fractured bones in my arms and shoulder.. ribs.. my eyes feel permanently black because of the sensitive skin being irritated so many times…. me..hiding in my own house so no one would see the damage and becoming so introverted it isn't healthy…. I can convince anyone im fine.. even my own sisters and mother… I got with my husband at 17yo when id been a foster kid for 15years….. so I didn't have a license.. a home or a family.. anything… my husband was 25 and swooped me up… it took a year for his true colors to shine but by then we already had a family and I had no license or means to feed myself or family….. that hits even harder when you live in the country and the closest grocery store is 28 minutes away… passed year and a half ive been trying so hard to get the courage and motivation to leave…… last time I tried he threw me in his truck after dislocating my jaw.. drove forever.. and the whole time telling me hes taking me where no one can hear me scream.. super calm… pointed out the shovel in the back and asked me why I thought he had it….. no one gets it…. everyone thinks its so easy… but he's so intrinsic to my life its easier to stay and wait for the good days because I'm completely helpless without him… I don't know how to do anythin on my own and I've lost any ambitious nature I had.. I have this phone but can't speak to anyone without permission.. he reads my texts to my sisters and matches them up… checks my Google account (I have youtube history paused and its worth it but I dread what will happen after he discovers this fact) also… he is the only actual family I've had for a dozen years… or longer… him and his family .. if I leave I rob my own kids of a roof over their heads.. good food.. and most importantly.. our family…… idk what to do… its so much harder than people think.. but the grudge I'm holding against him over making me lose my baby Luna is so potent I can't deal with this hate pretending its ok much longer…. and it sucks because I love him… Idk why… im afraid of him but I love him and I feel so STUPID for it because I know I've just been brainwashed…….. idk what to do…. I'll update this comment if there's a resolution in the future…. if not I'll just delete it to save myself the embarrassment… good luck ladies.. may we all find contentment and peace…

  20. When I called the cops on my abusive husband, CPS came after me for being "negelctful" for being with an abusive husband and then they trapped me with him for a year because he used my fear of having my kids taken away to threaten me . For everything he'd say "I'm gonna call the social worker and blah blah blah!!!" So thanks to CPS I am silent now. 💩👎

  21. They don't leave because they don't want to and lack education on how a healthy relationship goes. I experienced a young man be very abusive to me and walked away from him clearly. With education and knowledge of my self-worth, it was easy to realize that someone who abuses you ( mentally, physically, or financially) is NO ONE TO BE AROUND OR BE IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH. Male or Female, its never okay to hit, pull guns on, or psychologically torture anyone. People who do that have serious mental issues, serious self-esteem issues, and really need counseling. Without it, they are likely to kill. I empathize for any woman or man who tolerates abuse… life is short, way too short to deal with someone who is abusive.

  22. Whether your partner hits you once or repeatedly that is domestic violence. People think one slap, kick, or punch is fine, as long as it doesn't happen again. It doesn't matter. You've been assaulted and your partner will likely do it again once there they realise there was no repercussions for the first punch, kick or slap.

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