No, you are not cruel to start seeing another man the day after you dumped your abusive ex-boyfriend because he didn't care about you when he abused you, so you shouldn't care about his feelings.
I would think so. Especially since you just broke up with him. I would say watch your back and be careful he doesn't start stalking you. The ex-boyfriend is not going to take this well. If your new boyfriend doesn't know about the situation with you two, I would tell him. Good Luck to you, and don't let men abuse you, ever!
do not continue an abusive relationship once you are strong enough to leave... my daughter divorced her emotionally abusive husband who molested her children,,, in less then 3 months she is seeing the pediphile again and isolateing herself from her family and forcing the children to be with this man again... if you go back into an abusive relationship of any kind your the same as the abuser, mayber even worse... do not be a fool or victimize your self again... don't do it.............................
Definitely it can. A child usually learns by seeing and what he or she sees being done in that particular community (in this case, the family) the child is bound to be affected. Take for example an abusive family tends to produce a child who is abusive as the abuse is registered as a normal behavior in he child's mind, whereas the opposite is true.
An abusive ex would most likely be upset if you started seeing someone the day after you left him. Most of the time abusive people are possessive individuals of the person that they are/were with. Questions that you should ask yourself are how would he know if I am seeing someone else?, Does the person that I a now seeing have a similar personality/attitude as my ex?, or Does my new boyfriend have abusive traits? Be honest with your new boyfriend with what you are looking for and that you have been in an abusive relationship recently. If your ex causes any problems, notify the authorities and press charges or get a restraining order. Look into counseling for yourself and hopefully you don't, but if you do have children, get them help as well if they were witnesses of the abuse. Abuse is a terrible cycle to break in a family once it has occurred. I am a licensed social worker and have worked with abused women and children in the past. Good luck to you and get help for your self! I think anyone would be confused/mad if they perceived that they were left for someone else, especially if they see you out again so soon. With that in mind, you should date under the radar for awhile. Do this by going to other places than you went with him, and places where you are unlikely to run into him. However, no one has the right to tell you what to do and you have honestly broken it off with him. If he threatens you, then you need help.
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