4 Comments on Kaiser Permanente Member Seeks Help From Therapist to Leave Abusive Relationship

  1. elaine

    Jan 17th, 2017

    You are a brave woman and mother to have had the conviction and determination to leave an unhealthy situation in pursuit of a healthier and safer life for yourself and your daughters. May you stay strong and continue to inspire others to value the health and safety of *self*

  2. Rene

    Nov 9th, 2016

    Congratulations to you!! You are a true hero and a role model to your girls! Continue to stand up for yourself and make no apologies.

  3. Ninjakawa

    Nov 9th, 2016

    Thank you for the positive post. The pursuit of happiness is so closely linked to individual agency and freedom. Sometimes that involves having the courage to unshackle yourself from the prison of toxic relationships, and perhaps just as importantly, having the courage to continue living w hope and optimism

  4. Buddie

    Oct 26th, 2016

    You go girl!!! I understand the fear of being with an abusive partner. Been there and done that. In fact at times you blame yourself for their cowardness. Well I got out and I am glad you did too and hope all goes well for you from here on out
    That’s it, Dump the Bully

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