Leaving a Violent Relationship Safely
Sometimes romance is bad. Even though this isn’t an Australian story, it’s a story to remind you of the importance of Leaving a Violent Relationship Safely.
The following story of domestic violence is one that demonstrates what can happen when the desire to control is taken to the extreme. It is not an unusual situation. Women around the world are murdered every day by their spouse who has gone mad in the process of wanting to control her every move. It is a very sad story of an American woman, but it makes a very worthwhile and valid point.
The Right to Carry A Gun
A Pennsylvania mother made the national news when she insisted on her right to openly carry her Glock handgun to her then, 5-year-old daughter’s soccer game. Many people brushed her off as a pro-gun fanatic until her husband shot her dead in an upstairs bedroom and then took his own life.
The woman was preparing to leave her husband after the latest episode in their fight/reconciliation cycle ended poorly.
One in Six
Domestic violence occurs in one-out-of-six households. That means that it is extremely likely that you or someone you know has or is being subjected to it. Most times, the problem is kept quiet; in fact, the perpetrator may demand or intimidate you into remaining silent or play on your emotions to make you feel shame or guilt.
The most dangerous time for a woman who is being physically and psychologically abused is when she leaves the relationship. Domestic abuse is based on the abuser having control over another human being. When the abused woman chooses to leave, her abuser will stop at nothing to reassert his control over her. Up to, and in some cases including, murdering her.
If you want out, then you need to create a plan to leave safely, no two ways about it.
To read more of this article, please click on the following title: Getting Out Safely
Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
Here’s a site where you’ll find my writings.
The Bravehearts of Belgrave High is now published. I have completed the first in a series of novels that I wrote for teens. It is the courageous story of a young girl growing up in a home filled with domestic violence. She also has to endure a school and neighbourhood full of bullies. We read how she maneuvres her way through such a difficult situation. Plus, how she grows because of it, among other themes in the novel.
The desired outcome for young readers is that they will be inspired to treasure their unique differences. If they don’t fit in with the system or with those around them, then they should realise that it’s quite okay not to fit in.
My first novel was written to help raise funds for the private foundation that I established, which might later become a charity. Click here if you’d like to be taken to the site where you can purchase this novel. If you cannot see the site, use a browser other than Chrome.
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