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While we can never make things that have transpired all puppy dogs and rainbows, there are resources here at WEAVE that can help you create some really effective coping mechanisms and help you gain perspective on the relationship so that the only validation you need is your own.Call us on our 24/7 Support and Information Line, and an advocate will be happy to start you on that process and will even help you take the healing process further if you want.There are many possible options and steps that we could take to help make sure you are able to take care of yourself, your pets and not be at the mercy of your husband’s whims or greed.While your belongings are shared and the State of California has very specific rules when it comes to property held within a marriage, it may be best to discuss the legal specifics of that with someone in our legal department so that you don’t do anything that could potentially reflect negatively upon you somewhere down the road.It’s been almost 3 years that I transitioned from a victim to a survivor.About 7 months ago I started a new relationship with a friend/ precious lover.Advocates are always there for you when you need them, however you need them, so call (916) 920-2952 and let’s talk it out so you won’t have to scream it out later!

We are so happy to hear you are no longer in an abusive relationship and you are now a survivor.If you live outside of the Sacramento, California region, you may contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.SAFE(7233) or TTY at 1.800.787.3224 or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1.800.656. WEAVE’s expertise is in the areas of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and healthy relationships.For more information on this and other ways to safety plan and assist you through your ordeal, call our 24/7 Information and Support Line at (916) 920-2952 and one of our advocates can help you and get whatever information or resources you need.In the meantime, take care of yourself and do whatever you can to stay safe, In the event he does get violent again, call 911 – they may not have been able to give you the help you needed before, but they’re still the best folks to keep you safe and keep things from escalating further.

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