How to Leave
How to Get Help and Leave an Abuser
If you ever fall in an abusive relationship you may be very frightened to leave your abusive partner. You may wonder where you would go and how you will support yourself and your children and how you are going get rid of the abuser and can might think how you are going to keep your abuser from tracking you and your children.
It is very important for you to understand that there several available resources in town or city or your own community which can come to your immediate help when you plan to leave your partner. There are groups available who will educate and help you to everything within the power to legally protect themselves and their children from the abusive partner.
If possible, for you just make an emergency lists and pack the items that you will need when you do make the final decision to leave your partner. After preparing the lists start collecting all the items on your lists as soon as possible before the abuser can have any idea of you leaving him. If you have transportation, then leave during a time when the abuser is not around. If you do not have transportation, you arrange the same with the help of any person whom you trust, could be friend or any family member.
Several domestic violence victims might feel as if they are the responsible or blame themselves for the abuser violence. Victims generally have a poor sense of thought. There are so many conflicts packed up in a relationship and it might be hard to understand how someone you love, and who professes to love you, could ever harm you. It’s difficult for victim to understand. There are many women organizations or groups who will help you out and give you support and counsel once you are out of the partners’ life. It is important for the victim to learn and understand how to trust and have confidence toward their friends and family members. These group individuals can do so much to help you cope with your past and present, as well as teach you as how to move on with your life.
Hence, it is important for victim to make final decision before he or she leaves the partner. At the same time there are several arrangements that the victim has to do for herself and her children.