During dating, many women confuse red flags with love and so end up in damaging relationships. It’s a personal decision to break from such relationship. Some people say that they were warned by their friends and relatives, but they assumed that there men will eventually change for the better, only for it to get worse.
Leaving an abuser is not a walk in the park. Some of them will seek revenge. So you need to make hard decisions, like stopping all contacts with him or his people. Change your cellphone number as well as where you live. These are some of the difficult steps to take because an abuser is not just a person whom you can just wish away.
Most of them do not agree with the reality of a break up. Remember, these are insecure men and their self-esteem is very law. That makes them even more difficult. If I become worse it is import to involve family members or even police.
Out of every three women worldwide one has experience either physical and /or sexual intimate partner violence or non-partner sexual violence in their lifetime according to World Health Organization (WHO).