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Testimonials

“Fear is sometimes worse than the pain.”

“Getting beat up hurts, but being belittled, degraded and humiliated also hurts.”

“Look what you look like. How can you possibly think that someone could care about you?”

“He kept telling me that my cooking was inedible, but he ate food that I prepared twice.”

“When I refused to make love, he didn’t speak to me for three days.”

“He pays for everything he wants, but I never have money for myself and the children.”

Learn to recognize the signs of domestic violence

  • He reads my e-mails and searches the info on my cell phone;
  • He interferes with my social network on internet;
  • He insists that I do not see my friends or family;
  • He belittles ​​me and humiliates me in front of others;
  • He constantly criticizes me and says that I never do anything good or worthwhile;
  • He tells me that I’m lucky to have him because no one else would want me;
  • He often makes me feel guilty;
  • He tells me that if I had not provoked him, he would not have hit me;
  • He threatens to abduct my children if I leave;
  • He regrets hurting me and promises me it won’t happen again, but it does happen again.

IF YOU RECOGNIZE YOUR SPOUSE’S BEHAVIOR THROUGH THESE SIGNS, PLEASE COMMUNICATE WITH US ANY TIME.

How do you feel?

  • I feel responsible for the tension;
  • I doubt myself;
  • I feel empty;
  • I’m scared;
  • I’m stressed;
  • I’m ashamed;
  • I’m careful not to upset him;
  • I try to please him;
  • I adjust to his needs;
  • I feel like I’m being watched;
  • I want it to stop;
  • I want to die.