Relationship Violence Story From Nicole

by Nicole
(Texas, USA)

Im 20, i really dont do this but I'm.... kind of forgotten who i was. I hope no one ever has to go through this.... I've been with this guy for 3years, he is 30. He told me he was 22 at time but he was 27,i was17. Well he moved in with me, my mom,brother,sister. After about 6 months i found out i was pregnant. My mom was very mad,i end up having a miscarriage. Then she told me he came on to her. I believe him when he said it wasn't true. We end up moving out into our own place . I got pregnant again. I also found out he has 7 kids? When he said he had none. I still stayed. After i was about 6 month pregnant i came home and seen passion marks on his neck. I started to go off, he hit me on my face i fell on floor. Got up and call my mom to get me stayed with her for one day and went back. Then 1 month later i seen numbers and called them they were girls he was having sex with so i told him about it. He slap me and bust my mouth open. I still stayd. I had the baby. 2months later i walk up on him talking to some girl in our apartment, and he fallow me back home yelling saying" nothing happen she lyin i wasn't trying to talk to her. When we got home i started packing. I all i remember was walking up in bed. I think he knock me out. My head was hurting. 1month later i came in side from a family get together with my daughter, mad because it wasn't good. He was mad because i called another girl that he was trying to talk to. I turn to go up stairs he punch me in my eye it gotten big so i couldn't go to work. When he did it he really didn't care he said " do you want more.". 2month later same thing my friend stayed a night , she said he came in the middle of night and tried some thing. He fought me i left came back. Now my daughter is 10 months, he still does everything I've told you guys. I've gotten use to it??? I think i can't do can do better and I'm going to make a change my daughter comes first i don't want her to see this.

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Mar 07, 2012
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

You deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and love. But you must first believe you ARE worthy of that dignity and respect and love. This man is an abuser. The longer you stay with him, the more at risk you and your baby are. He is not worthy of you. And you are worthy of so much more in your life. You haven't "forgotten who you are"; Who You Really Are is inside of you, always. Looking for love outside of your Self is not the answer. Looking inward is. But first you must get out of that abusive environment and away from this abuser. You cannot change him. Please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). They have advocates available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week who can provide crisis intervention, escape planning, information and referrals to victims or anyone calling on their behalf. Visit their website by copying & pasting the following URL into your browser:

You don't deserve to be mistreated in any way, Nicole. You certainly deserve help for the fact that you are being mistreated. I send you and your daughter love, light and healing energy. Thank you for sharing your story with my visitors and me.

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