Teela Hart

Surviving Domestic Violence

Breaking No Contact (or Modified Contact) Can Hurt You in Court

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If you are out of an abusive relationship Kim Saeed has shared a few insights that are an invaluable tool. Take serious heed.

Let Me Reach with Kim Saeed

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How many times have you found yourself in this situation?

I don’t know why he has to be so hateful.  I only called him so I could tell him…”

According to a forum on allaboutcounseling.com, “the opinions of society are brutal when a target states she’s been abused and then she contacts her abuser, I can honestly tell you that such behavior is viewed as utterly stupid, dangerous, ridiculous and silly to the outside world. It’s glaring bad judgment. The courts see mutual pathology and friends and other people just roll their eyes, turn away in droves muttering ‘she’s as crazy as he is,’ they’ll assume she lied about his abuse in the first place. It’s a huge factor in how they win.

The Dirty Low-Down

  • If you think there’s a chance you might end up in court with your abuser, that’s all the…

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Author: Teela Hart

I am a mother, daughter, sister and domestic violence survivor.

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