If you (or someone you know) are a survivor of or are experiencing domestic violence whether it be physical, mental, emotional, sexual, some, or all then you know how hard it was/is to actually leave. Everyone has their own reasoning—well excuses (I’m no exception, you’re about to read my excuses).
I am someone who loves to research, organize and color-code. I am currently planning a vacation for myself. I’m not going by myself, my husband and our good friend is joining me. I quickly realized just how much I really love to do this kind of thing.
Do you like to take your dog on vacation? Maybe to the beach or the lake? Could your dog sit by the water dish and drink all day long for hours on end? Have you ever heard of water intoxication? Did you know dogs can get it too?
When you think of apologizing, you think that you're admitting that that person was right and you are wrong. That you're admitting you deserved what was said or done. That you're weak. That you had no right to do or say what you did. But that couldn't be more false.