Ending a toxic relationship can be difficult, especially when children are involved. It's important to prioritize the well-being and safety of yourself and your children. Here are a few steps you may consider: Seek support from friends, family, or a therapist to help you process your feelings and make a plan. Create a safety plan for yourself and your children. Including identifying a safe place to go if needed. Consider seeking a restraining order or other legal protection if necessary. Develop a co-parenting plan with your partner that prioritizes the needs and safety of your children. Seek the help of a therapist or mediator to facilitate this process if needed. Remember that healing takes time, and be kind to yourself as you work through the process. It's also essential to have a support system that you can rely on and a therapist. To help you work through the emotions and trauma of being in a toxic relationship. It's important to take the necessary time to heal. And regain your sense of self after leaving a toxic relationship.
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