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Leaving a Bad Relationship

February 27, 2019 9:28 am | Published by

Interview with Saltzer Medical Group’s Dr. Megan Kasper and 94.9 The River’s Debbie Courson

The most important thing to remember is that you are not alone! Whether or not you are ready to leave and bad relationship, you need emotional support. It is human nature when going through difficult times to feel isolated and without help. There are many resources available to a person looking to leave a bad relationship. Which resource to choose may vary depending on the individual’s location on the spectrum of abuse.

Some immediately available resources:

  • Friends and Family
  • Coworkers or Human Resource Department
  • Church Members
  • Teachers, principal or school counselor
  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Domestic Violence Professionals
  • Abuse Hotlines

Many organizations across the valley can help advise on legal options and how to find safety if required. Your healthcare professionals are here for you. If you decide to talk with your healthcare provider about leaving an abusive relationship, they can help get you in contact with these resources to start the process and provide a safe environment.

Local Resources:


Call 911 if you are in immediate danger.

National Resources:



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