Hi Moon,

I finally involved the police. He was arrested and bailed. It was the bail conditions and no contact that saved me. He couldn’t play him awful mind games when he couldn’t get near me. It has to be total no contact. Leaving an abuser is like breaking a terrible drug habit. Keep away from it and anything that tempts you. Each time he came close I called 999. And I still do. Your abuser thrives off the control he has over you. Once you show him that he can’t control you or he has no power over you, he will get bored. Takes time, and lots of help. I could never get out on my own. Womens Aid, Police, courts, friends. Take any help offered.❤️ Good luck x

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