I came across this article a little while ago. It reminded me of my own experiences, and made me realise even more-so, that had I not made the decision to leave my abusive (ex) husband when I did, I would have been the in same position as this unfortunate young lady.
Mitchell managed to get into the bathroom and attacked his partner of just a couple of months.
Can you imagine the fear she felt? No matter what disagreement has taken place, no-one deserves what she endured. After I read the reason behind it, I was even more sickened.
The detective said the row started after a night in the pub about whether to spend their money on more alcohol or buy a takeaway.
How well do you really know someone? Whether you have been dating the person for two months or two years, they can turn on you at any time. I had no idea *Steve was capable of doing what he did to our son and I. He was and no doubt, still is a monster in disguise, trying to act like a moral and ethical person, which he clearly is not.
Abuse is rife in our society. It rears its ugly head in different forms ~ whether physical or not. Physical is the one that stands out the most because scars are visible. But I happen to know from experience, that it is the scars one cannot see which hurt the most. They also take the longest to recover from.
This young lady didn’t even stand a chance…
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