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Domestic Violence Dealing with abuse and violence. Getting support and help.

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Old 07-11-2018, 03:48 PM
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i wonder how much of it is the daughter and how much of it is the mother?

I survived domestic violence and I never wanted to see my ex again after I was free. I would never of thought of doing anything where I would see the ex again, let alone keep the battle going. A wise person once told me the best revenge is living well.

If the ex did go to jail for domestic violence then that is the closure. He has a record now and paid for what he did. Time to let it go and move on instead of trying to make him pay over and over. Why do anything that may inflame him and make him retaliate? Just put a period behind it and live life. Trying to get a financial windfall (which probably will cost more then you get) is just a revenge thing.
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