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    • #9310
      tobefree
      Participant

      Hi all,

      I had a huge row with my ex tonight and told him what he did was abuse and how I am intimidated by him and he scares me. He said I lied as I told health visitor what happened hence the counselling now. Told me I provoked him and drove him to do it and how I intimidate him. I am concerned he will call services and say I lied and stuff so worried… Scared he will make a case against me and bring me down…i just don’t know what to do!

    • #9319
      Confused123
      Participant

      Hun

      I dont think you’ve got anything to worry about, loads of them say we provoked them, still no excuse to hurt another person, if they felt provoked even though u prob didnt provoke him he should of walk away or said we will chat when we both calm. I think even by telling them , they have no remorse and ignore us, just keep getting support and log abuse, have u log with your gp

    • #9328
      Ayanna
      Participant

      It is all about who calls first. Why don’t you call the services first and report him? That way he lost.

    • #9355
      tobefree
      Participant

      I reported him to my health visitor who logged it on services record. I spoke to her today about yesterday. He doesn’t see where he went wrong at all and claims it wasn’t abuse! Thanks girls for your message. Just soul destroying…

    • #9356
      tobefree
      Participant

      This is a year on now but I told hv back in summer last year and doctors too. So all on record of his actions, just still afraid of what he would do xx

    • #9358
      Ayanna
      Participant

      I am glad you did that! Brilliant! The health visitor has a manager. Find out who that is and speak to the manager of the health visitor. You can also log a complaint against the health visitor, a Datix Incident Form. Do not let this go. Health visitors have made many mistakes in the past with detrimental effects for children. x*x

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