This man has been a good husband. I said what he wanted me to say to stop him from hurting me further. I cried and prayed after he let me up. He calmed down and told me I made him do it and should not have hit him in his face. He also me chilling words, now I see that he is serious about not losing me, and now I see what he would do if I try to leave.
Am I paranoid to take that as a threat to my life? I have considered making a plan to leave, but I am terrified that he would fulfill his threat and hurt me badly or kill me if he found me. Just hours later he was embracing me and whispering how much he loves me, needs me, and will do anything to keep me. I want to leave but I know my children will be so sad if I took them away from our home and away from their father. For the most part we have been able to have tough conversations without any kind of fear of violence. So this change over the last few years has been a shock.
I just need some advice. He is a good person and I feel he is in some kind of crisis as he inches towards age I feel perhaps he fears losing me and felt the only thing to stop me would be to scare me like this. Before we were married my husband boyfriend at the time blacked out on me while he was drunk and his sister thought he was going to kill me that night how he was acting he never laid a hand on me but broke other things She drove 2 hrs to come get me. I went back.
After our first son was born he blacked out on me smashed my phone and took the car keys. I had to call the cops to leave that night. He said he was done drinking. He has blacked out a few more times where he said he was going to hit me and his buddies stood up and said if your going to hit any one it will be me.
I warned him the last time if he ever blacked out on me again it would be his last. Well he did it again and this time he told me id be lucky to see the light of day again. I told him that I want a divorce it was your last chance. He says I am tearing our family apart and going to break the kids heart.
Who can I get in contact with about gaining help in child custody family law cases? What organization can get some laws changed for domestic violent victims and their children — for more protection over the abuser?
Women are all able to escape but what happens when the children cannot because of court orders, what about the protection of the innocent children? How are we supposed to help our children have a better future and break the cycle of abuse if the courts allow the children to be placed in the abusers care? This is not justice nor is this going to help the children have a better future. We need to do something to help the children. My partner put their hands on me once and I left. I filed for and am getting a divorce. I have domestic violence counseling and a supportive boss at work.
Are you married? I have been doing all the things to take care of myself but how do I stop giving off signals to creeps that I am vulnerable? I have become more assertive so that is great. This part of the message is not getting communicated to the public. It happened over a year ago but I have text messages where he admits it.
My soon to be ex husband has said to me multiple times that the motorcycle club he is a part of is watching me.
That even if I move out of state they are a nation wide and I will be safe no where. I just want to be left alone. My friend is super quiet and talks about sex when she does talk. She limps when she walks and talked to a large man and then had to leave. She always wears black and sometime wears long sleeved shirts. Who do I call when Sacramento sherrifs dpt fails me? As I was on the phone with he was outside hiding his gun.
https://absfiregroup.com/wp-content/2019-10-18/1872.php I was telling the operator this. Sherrifs dpt came out done nothing.
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A month ago he called saying she was having a seizure. Zero history if seizures. He beat her up pretty bad. We know the fear and issues that come with why the abused stays. I just called on him for hitting her and they showed up said we got a report of fighting going on here, the abuser says nothing going on here and they left.
So when the sherrif dpt fails u repeatedly what other option are there before shes dead. Btw he punched her in the nose and try to chock her today. Took cops 45 min to get here. From what my x-cop sister says if we dont show up right away we dont care. I am the youngest of 3 daughters.
My oldest sister 53 was homeless and moved in with us, along with her 23 year old daughter. She is verbally, physically and psychologically abusing me and my Mom.
Although she does not get physical with my Mom.. My Dad abused my Mom and I growing up. He lives with us too, but does nothing to protect us. My sister says shes going to get me kicked out.
She is psychotic and unstable. What do I do to protect my Mom and myself? My Psychiatrist knows all about my sisters abuse, as does many of my friends. I gave the worker all of that info. My Mom is 81 years old.
Her and I cannot take much more. We are so sorry to hear about what you and your wife are going through with her ex-husband. That sounds really hard to be going through. That has to be a decision she makes on her own. As far as the next steps you should be taking, here at WEAVE, we recognize that healing looks different for everyone. We want to empower you and your wife to make the best choice that works for your family.
We can, and will, discuss all options available with you, in order to help you reach whatever resources and steps may work best. Thank you for contacting WEAVE with your questions, we are so sorry you experienced this within your family.
Here at WEAVE, we define domestic violence as a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner. Domestic violence can be physical, emotional, financial, sexual, or spiritual actions or threats of actions that influence another person.
This includes any behaviors that intimidate, manipulate, humiliate, isolate, frighten, coerce, threaten, blame, hurt, or injure someone. All these forms of abuse can be incredibly traumatizing and should be taken seriously. A Community for Peace is a center that focuses on family violence and offers legal, accompaniment, counseling, and safe housing services. They can be reached on their 24 hour crisis line at Thank you for contacting WEAVE with your question, we are so sorry that you are experiencing that, we can only imagine how upsetting it must be for you.
Unfortunately, WEAVE provides services throughout the greater Sacramento California region and referrals provided on the message boards represent this area only. If you live outside of the Sacramento, California region, or another state you may contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.