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Barriers to Leaving
Once abuse has been disclosed, leaving the relationship is not necessarily the next step. Escaping domestic violence is difficult and complicated, and can take years.
- She may fear threats that he'll harm her or her loved ones if she leaves.
- She may choose to remain in the relationship as she struggles with fear, feelings of inadequacy, self-blame, low self-esteem, post traumatic stress, and/or physical injuries as a result of the abuse.
- Without adequate money, housing, education, job security, and/or family support, she may feel that she cannot make it on her own.
- In spite of the physical, emotional, and/or financial harm done, she may still love her abuser.
- An abuser often threatens to take his victim's children away.
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