How do you combat domestic violence?
I am not sure how you can combat domestic violence. It is becoming more and more common, and more intense at the same time. Fortunately I have only met nice guys, but not all of the girls at Bond Street escorts have been so lucky. One of the girls who have been with us for a long time, I actually ended up being beaten up rather badly by one of her boyfriends. On the surface, he seemed like a really
So many ladies around London live in fear of a partner, and it is hard to know how to handle the situation. First of all, these ladies need to understand that domestic violence is wrong, and that is where the problems start. It is not easy to pick up that phone and call the police, or tell somebody that your partner is physically hurting. It is often more difficult when you have children and are trying to protect them as well.
The girl here at Bond Street escorts who was beaten up by her boyfriend, did not have any children but she still found it hard to reach out. She felt that she was being weak for not being able to deal with the situation herself, but that is not true. You should not feel like that, and it is often the person who is beating you up, who is making you feel like that. If you tell yourself that, you will find that it may make more sense out of the entire situation.
I also think that part of the problem is that there are not enough shelters around. There are no public shelters as such and all of the women’s shelters that you will find around London, are often stretched to capacity. That makes it hard for women to escape a difficult situation. If you are lucky, you will find that the local council may be able to help. Like my friend here at Bond street escorts found out, they were did not really have enough resources.
What do you do? The most important thing is to be brave enough to pick up the phone and call somebody. Your local police should be able to help, and there is also a national help line that you can call. My friend here at Bond Street escorts ended up calling her step mum. She came around as quick as flash, and before the guy knew it, he was in police custody. Perhaps it helps if you are a large black lady who is not frighten to take anyone. That is what I believed saved my friend, and main reason, she eventually managed to get away. Mums are great, but sometimes step mums can really be what you need. I actually prefer my step mum to my mum, but my mum is still my mother. But I am glad that my friend is okay, and that she managed to finally recognize that she needed help.…