This topic contains 7 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  thankgoodness 2 months ago.

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  • #100217
     thankgoodness 
    Participant

    Abuser stopped talking to me for the past few days. Hooray!! 🙂

    How did you feel when your abuser stopped talking to you? Have you got any positive moments, even in this current crisis?

  • #100218
     FREE2020 
    Participant

    Great news they seem to get fed up in the end,zero contact will be worth it in the end stay safe xx

  • #100223
     maddog 
    Participant

    They’re all about power and control. Time to start building a safe place for yourself. A really positive thing about the current crisis is that for the first time in years I feel safe in our house. The children are with me as my ex is too involved with himself. Since school closed he hasn’t been in touch with them.

  • #100227
     KIP. 
    Participant

    Yes maddog I’m glad you reminded me of feeling safe in my own home. Your ex is showing his true colours and your kids won’t forget who stood up for them at this time. It will stay will them always.

  • #100253
     thankgoodness 
    Participant

    The abuser was quiet for days, now today, out of nowhere, he creates trouble again. It never changes. I know I am an abuse victim, can’t escape it. 🙁

  • #100254
     thankgoodness 
    Participant

    I’m keeping quiet, grey rock method, no contact. If I need to express my feelings, I will only talk on this Women’s Aid forum. I cannot speak to the familial abuser.

  • #100266
     fizzylem 
    Participant

    Good for you TG, the more times you do this the stronger you will feel. Its a very clear message, not going there! Clear off! It tells him you are really not worth a minute of my time, I really don’t care what you think, say or do any longer, the days I felt I had to justify myself to you or listen to your sh!te are gone x

  • #100325
     thankgoodness 
    Participant

    Thanks fizzylem x
    It’s amazing Women’s Aid are still helping abuse victims even through this current world crisis. Women’s Aid staff deserve a clap, a round of applause.

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