How to Escape an Abusive Relationship
If you have ever been in an abusive relationship you know you can't leave, you must escape. An abusive relationship is not just a relationship where hitting is involved. Emotional wounds take longer to heal than bruises. What do you do when you have found yourself in this kind of situation? You won't tell anyone because; you are embarrassed and ashamed, you don't think anyone will believe you, you don't want anyone to worry about you and you don't want anyone giving you grief about the fact that you have found yourself in an abusive relationship. This is the story of a smart, funny, intelligent woman who found herself in an abusive relationship. Learn of her escape plan and empowering information that can assist you should you find yourself in an abusive relationship.
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