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Abuse and domestic violence hotlines are available in Oklahoma, United States

Many women, children, and men in the world are victims of domestic abuse– this is any behaviour that maintains control over a spouse, partner, family member, or girlfriend/boyfriend. Abuse may be expressed physically, emotionally, verbally, sexually, or financially, and you may feel threatened, controlled or coerced.

Setting free from an abuser may feel impossible. You are probably terrified and feel trapped. However, many victims of abuse and domestic violence have made it. With the help of 3 hotlines in Oklahoma, United States that support with abuse and domestic violence, you can live without having to endure these symptoms of abuse:

  • Your partner/family member blames you for how they behave
  • You are embarrassed for your close ones to see how your partner/family member treats you
  • Your partner/family member has an unpredictable, violent temperament, and they direct the anger at you
  • Your partner/family member is constantly trying to convince you you’re crazy and makes you doubt your experiences (also known as gaslighting)
  • Your devices are being monitored or tracked by a partner/family member
  • Your belongings and property being destroyed
  • Fear of your partner/family member much of the time
  • Being exposed to intimidation and coercion

Victims of abuse and domestic violence can be in a difficult position. They once had (or still have) love for the abuser. On the other hand, they are constantly exposed to harm from someone who should love them back. This can feel puzzling and scary.

Every story of abuse and domestic violence is unique. You are the one who will figure out what the best way out is for you as a person and in your circumstances. However, it is always easier to overcome such hardships with the right kind of support.

If you are ready to talk to someone about your experiences of abuse or domestic violence, you can contact a hotline in Oklahoma, United States for free and confidential support.


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