Just walked out.

(14 Posts)
Pickypolly Wed 13-Jan-21 08:30:29

Sitting in Asda car park wondering what to do next.
Should be working from home. Nowhere to go.
He is impossible to reason with, argue with.
He will make my life a living hell.
That’s why I’ve not gone before now, I know what’s to come.

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kennelmaid Wed 13-Jan-21 08:33:47

I hear you. Take some time.

Belladonna123 Wed 13-Jan-21 08:33:59

Hi OP first of all did you plan this or was it on impulse? What I mean is do you have clothes and enough money to see you through the next few days at least? Is there anywhere you can check into in your local area? Can you contact Women's Aid for support?

charliespie Wed 13-Jan-21 08:35:02

Walked out as in, forever or walked out during an argument?

First of all make sure you are safe. Do you have any D.C.?

Pickypolly Wed 13-Jan-21 08:35:06

I’ve stopped myself from doing it so many times over the last year.
No planning just walked out.

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Pickypolly Wed 13-Jan-21 08:41:49

I’m going to have to go back.
I need to work, I need my job so have to go back.
Little dc heard us argue, we never ever argue in front of them. He was upset.
Best go back and see if he is ok.
I’m never going to get away.

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charliespie Wed 13-Jan-21 08:43:22

Where are your D.C. now?

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CommunistLegoBloc Wed 13-Jan-21 08:43:23

Have you got the DC with you?

Icanseegreenshoots Wed 13-Jan-21 08:52:56

Can you ask stay at a hotel with little dc op? Just for a few nights and get in touch with womensaid for some advice and support?

We are all here for you.

If you are in any danger please call 999 - they are there to help you and look after you and little dc

LoudBatPerson Wed 13-Jan-21 09:01:53

Could you ask work for a couple of days emergency holiday?

Then you have a bit of breathing space to set out your next steps.

Belladonna123 Wed 13-Jan-21 09:10:01

Keep posting OP. We are here for you. What are you worried about? Will he be violent towards you or your dc? If so please consider getting you and your dc to a place of safety. Call 999. Women's Aid. Maybe you are not ready to take that step but keep posting for support.

Pickypolly Wed 13-Jan-21 09:15:41

Never ever violent no.
Kids are fine, he is a fantastic dad, I mean really really good dad, much better parent than me.

No danger.

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Aknifewith16blades Wed 13-Jan-21 09:25:23

*He is impossible to reason with, argue with.
He will make my life a living hell.*

Call Women's Aid OP, they can give you support and help you get out. Even if you talk to them and realise your circumstances don't fit within their definition, it might help.

RickOShay Wed 13-Jan-21 09:53:52

I’m so sorry. Have you got anywhere you could go? How old are your children?

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