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No Contact

by Jo

The first few days after leaving are crucial.

You are at your strongest but your utmost weakest.

To try to keep to the no-contact rule, I gave my mum my phone and computer. She received all the pitying messages and emails that then turned into threats but by me not reading them he couldn't get into my head. I really appreciate my mum not passing them straight to me, so that I could have some time to get my head together without his constant please and manipulation.

For me, it was just SO IMPORTANT to maintain the no contact rule and my mum was the perfect person to create a buffer between him and me. Thank you Mum!

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