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just left my abusive partner

(16 Posts)
maxxytoe Thu 30-Jul-15 21:28:11

He tickled my foot and I said 'leave me alone'
Next thing I know he's right up in my face , gripping my shoulders and screaming 'no I'll do what I fucking want to you whilst your under my roof' sad

Gathered all mine and DS things up and my dad came to pick us up . I am now safe at my parents house

Feel like a weights been lifted to be honest

Nolim Thu 30-Jul-15 21:30:59

Good for you. I guess it is not a moment of temporarily insanity,

kittybiscuits Thu 30-Jul-15 21:32:17

You did exactly the right thing. Stay strong x

teaandcake2016 Thu 30-Jul-15 21:34:06

Well done - you have done the right thing smilesmile

Theoldcauliflower Thu 30-Jul-15 21:36:42

Well done smile what an arse!

Theoldcauliflower Thu 30-Jul-15 21:37:04

Him not you

flatbellyfella Thu 30-Jul-15 21:39:31

You did the right thing maxxystar

Melonfool Thu 30-Jul-15 21:48:59

Yay for dad!

Verypissedoffwife Thu 30-Jul-15 21:51:44

Well done flowers

Now stay strong and don't go back. He won't change and the only thing he's sorry about is that he's lost his control over you. Don't let him convince you otherwise.

Bailey101 Thu 30-Jul-15 22:31:20

You've done the best thing for you and DS. I hope you have a peaceful night with your parents flowers

star8369 Thu 30-Jul-15 23:10:33

woah bloody hell are you ok?

bigbumbrunette Thu 30-Jul-15 23:16:40

Good for you. It takes a lot of strength to leave, be very proud of yourself and stay strong

borisgudanov Thu 30-Jul-15 23:53:27

Good God OP, that's a truly spectacular twunt you have there. I'm sure it'd be OK for you to do anything you wanted to him when he was on your property then? I'm sure we can come up with some ideas. Anyone got a bollock-grinder handy? Twat.

ShebaShimmyShake Fri 31-Jul-15 06:54:55

Jesus. When he inevitably rings you, sobbing and begging forgiveness and blaming it all on how something bad happened to him 20 years ago (because nothing like that ever happened to anyone else), remember that and stay strong.

ilovelamp82 Fri 31-Jul-15 07:45:23

Well done OP smile

SpaceAdmiralRodcocker Fri 31-Jul-15 08:23:28

How are you today OP

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