The main protagonist female remembers the day she left her husband very vividly and had to remain calm and act like it was a normal day. She had told her husband that she wanted a divorce and since was afraid not only for her life but feared for her daughters well being, too. Now that she had endured the abuse she looked back at the damage she should have seen since the beginning. She filed a restraining order and got her daughter out of the abusive house. The woman’s next husband and relationship treated her right. She never saw abuse like that again and counseled people that had seen the same abuse she had in both her parents and her ex-husband.
- Do not blame yourself. Do not be fooled into believing it is.
- Use close friends and family as support to help you get out.
- Your child comes first do not let the sociopath break your childs innocent spirit. Stand up before it is to late.
“The truth is that his moods would change suddenly and unexpectedly with no notice and without cause.”
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