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Just Leave: Too Simple

Domestic Abuse

Just Leave: Too Simple

Just leave.

He hits you.

He hurts you.

He hates you.

Just leave.

Women’s shelter.

Homeless shelter.

No shelter.

You’ll be sheltered from him.

Whatever you want to do.

Woman, just leave.

Just find a job.

No transportation.

No contact info.

No current work experience.

No one to watch the kids.

No way you’ll find a decent job.

Just leave.

Just find a job.

Pay the rent.

Pay the court fees.

Feed your kids.

Are you kidding?

Minimum wage.

Wage war against your bills.

Just leave.

Just leave.

He might leave the boundaries of the restraining order.

He might leave his most

Colorful rainbow of bruises on you.

He might leave you dead

When you try to leave.

Just leave.

Just ask for help.

From the family you saw five years ago.

From the friends you can’t find.

Just leave.

Just ask how you can help.

Just let me know you’re there.

Just look for ways to love me.

Just understand this isn’t easy.

Just leave your misconceptions in the trash.

Just help.

Men and women can be victims of domestic violence. You can help the people who find themselves in domestic abuse situations. If you need help, you can go here http://www.thehotline.org or here http://www.feminist.org/911/crisis.html.

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