Many people believe that battered women can just pick up and go. And this will end their battering and abuse. Not so…when abuse is in divorce.
Far too often what happens in cases of domestic abuse is that leaving simply opens the door to another level of domestic violence. Now this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t go; rather when you exit, do so mindfully and with all your ducks in a row.
Crazy-making legal psychiatric ploys torment domestic abuse survivors at home and in divorce court. However, just because he/she wants the world to believe you are the “crazy” one, you don’t have to wear the crazy hat.