Relationship

It may be best to leave and find a fresh start If you are in an abusive relationship. If your partner is willing to make the relationship work, there is always hope. Give your partner space so you can heal emotionally and physically. When you are emotionally stable, call your partner and plan on how to revive your relationship. You two can book a counselling section with a professional relationship advisor. If you are meant to be, things can always change back or fall in place for the better.

When your partner is unwilling to work with you to amend your relationship, then there is nothing you can do but to let them go. You need to consider whether an abusive relationship is worth fighting for or your own happiness.

You don’t need to be down as a result of a broken relationship, move on and pick up every pieces of your life, because you never can tell what the future holds. we often look so long and regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one that has opened for us.

When you leave the relationship, get more emotional support from your friends and family, as this can help you heal quick.

If you are legally married to your partner, take time to heal and put your life together at least for some months. If within this periods, things still fails to workout between you two, then proceed to getting a divorce. Find out where you stand especially regarding your kids (if there is any) welfare and properties you own with your partner. Even if the properties is in your partners name, you still have a legal rights to some of them especially your kids. A legal advisor will explain the rules about all of them.

Pull yourself together and forge ahead, a broken relationship is not a broken future. There is always light at the end of a tunnel.

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