Whether you are staying or leaving, you know what is safest for you. Planning ahead can help you. Talk to an advocate to discuss ways to stay safer.
The most dangerous time for a victim is when they are leaving. Think about keeping your plan a secret for safety reasons.
Help comes in many ways, like, trusted friends, family, advocates, pastors, etc. You are more likely to reach goals when you have some support from others.
You matter and deserve to feel safe and respected!
Trust and respect is what healthy relationships are built on. Abusive relationships are one partner having power and control over the other.
Your goals are obtainable, and we can help you work towards them.
We are here to help you whether you want to stay in or leave your relationship. We can help find out your needs and get you help.
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