The Beginning of My End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today. - Part 24

By Sleepynurse · Feb 6, 2015 · ·
  1. Re: The Beginning of Her End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today.

    Something happened last night that resulted in me having to leave with the clothes I was wearing and my purse, which has just my phone and keys in.

    It was really, really awful. My kids are still at the house. I don't know what to do right now. He wouldn't hurt the kids but I'm just really screwed up right now. I spent the night at my sister's house. He ended up following me here by my sister threatened to call the police if he tried to get in. I fell asleep kind of okay but just woke up and am completely freaking out again. I feel like I can't talk to him at all today or see him but I just don't know what to do right now.

    I was just starting to mentally prepare for this eventuality and the issue forced itself last night. I'm completely unprepared. I'm going to run home right now as he is taking my daughter to school to grab as much as I can but I am totally lost about what to do about the kids.

    My mom just keeps telling me to talk to him. Driving me insane. Okay gonna grab at least a couple changes of clothes, all of our social security cards and birth certificates, and my credit card that only I have access to that actually has a really good balance on it.

Comments

  1. Jungledog
    Re: The Beginning of Her End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today.

    Sleepy,

    You need an attorney. They can help you wade through your options, especially regarding the kids. Do it right away.

    Is there a woman's shelter near by? Contact them as well so they can help you sort the pieces. If you are 100% that he won't hurt the kids then leave them there for now. Ask the attorney and women's shelter for advice on what to do. You need professional help and guidance right now.

    Thinking of you and wishing you strength. Love to you.
  2. Nosferatus
    Re: The Beginning of Her End to Addiction/Incredibly Rough Day Today.

    Sleepynurse: I'm really sorry to hear about your difficulties, best advice I can give you is remember that nothing is insurmountable, things will work out in the end, keep in mind that one rarely makes the best decisions when they're overly emotional, reevaluate the situation when heads are cooler. If you're confident that the kids are safe, then maybe leaving them at home is the best way to avoid causing them unnecessary stress and making your problems theirs. Anyway, I'm sure this isn't your first choice of places to talk about your issues, but feel free to DM if you want to talk, I've recently been through similar crap and might be able to pass on some findings. Take Care.
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