Making the decision to leave an abusive relationship is difficult.
need to not only consider the safety of your children and yourself, but
also where you will live, how you will secure money and food and how
you will handle harassment from your partner.
that it is your choice alone whether to stay with or leave your
partner. No one can make this decision for you. No matter what you
decide, there will be people who agree and disagree with your choice.
You need to do what you feel is best for yourself and your children.
There are advantages and disadvantages associated with staying in the
abusive relationship and leaving it.
If you believe you are in an abusive relationship, where can you get help? What should you do to protect yourself? You will find answers to these questions on these pages.
Alternatives to Domestic Violence, P.O. Box 910, Riverside, CA 92502 Phone: (951) 320-1370 FAX: (951) 320-1381
Trauma Recovery Center Mental Health Services for Victims of Crime