This topic contains 2 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Flowerchild 1 week, 2 days ago.

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  • #85656
     Pinkturtle 
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    I’m living at my mums, they let him come round, I keep telling him I’m done leave me alone, he ignores what I’m saying. Refers to it as a little sulk, try’s to engage in arguments and ignores what I’m saying.

    He just won’t take it seriously, when I tell him leave me alone, don’t come round, I’m not going anywhere with you, I don’t trust you, I’m not happy and they way I’ve been treated isn’t right. He just argues and twists things, I know there is no point me saying anything so I don’t.

    What does it take to make him realise I’m serious, this isn’t normal.

  • #85662
     KIP. 
    Participant

    I think you need to explain to your mum that it’s over between you both and you don’t want him to be able to come to where you’re living. It’s difficult if he has permission to be there. You could shut yourself in your room and refuse to speak to him if your mum continues to allow him to visit. If he continues you need to speak to the police. Ask for a domestic abuse officer on 101 or contact your local women’s aid. Zero contact is the way forward.

  • #85680
     Flowerchild 
    Participant

    If family are letting him in, they’re colluding with him and you aren’t being supported. If you express your wishes and they’re ignored or undermined, you’re living in the wrong place, darling. 😟

    Flower x

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