It is very difficult to even begin to think about leaving your abusive wife. This is a common experience shared by many divorced men. We used to love our spouses and we made a promise to be with her forever. However, when the triggering points come, men realize that divorcing their once-lovely wife might be something they have to do.
According to recent research, around 58 per cent of reported cases of intimate partner violence (IPV) were bidirectional. That is, both the man and woman has committed some form of violence to the other. And, often, men will receive a more severe/serious punishment for the violence for his physical superiority. Therefore, a wise man might choose to avoid the relationship to reach to such an unrecoverable phase by preemptively leaving the abusive spouse.
One of the most painful form of abuse by men’s spouses is false accusations. She is the abuser, but she could manage to make it sound the other way around. It often turns out that YOU are the abuser, not her. It is a heart-broken process to “prove” that you indeed have an abusive wife. Very often, you gave up to even prove your innocence, and planned to leave the abusive source as soon as you can!
Don’t fight with abusers. Just Leave her!
Being falsely accused of something can be very hurtful and distressing. It is important to remember that it is never okay to make false accusations against someone, and it is important to treat others with respect and to consider the impact of your words and actions on others. If you have been falsely accused of something, it can be helpful to try to stay calm and to gather evidence to support your case. It may also be helpful to seek the support of friends, family, or a counselor, as well as to consider speaking with a lawyer if the false accusations have serious consequences or if you are facing legal charges.
It is not accurate or fair to say that women as a group enjoy falsely accusing men. False accusations are a serious issue and can have serious consequences for the person being accused. It is important to remember that everyone, regardless of gender, has the right to be treated with respect and to have their accusations taken seriously. It is never acceptable to make false accusations against someone.
Four Steps of leaving abusive wife
It can be very difficult to leave an abusive partner, but it is important to prioritize your safety and well-being. Here are some steps you can take to leave your abusive wife:
Make a safety plan: Identify a safe place to go, such as a friend or family member’s house, a shelter, or a hotel. Plan how you will get there and what you will do if your spouse becomes violent.
Gather important documents: Make copies of important documents such as your driver’s license, passport, birth certificate, and insurance documents. Keep these copies in a safe place where your spouse will not find them.
Seek support: Reach out to friends, family, or a support group for help and emotional support. It is also a good idea to talk to a therapist or counselor, who can help you cope with the emotional effects of abuse.
Consider legal options: If you are in immediate danger, call the police. You may also want to consider obtaining a restraining order or filing for divorce.
Leaving an abusive relationship can be a difficult and dangerous process. It is important to have a plan in place and to seek support from trusted friends, family, and professionals.