Avoid parties where overly consumed I if possible. < Am I to understand that you have still problems? could not for example at Carnival in Cologne mingle with the people? > no this is unthinkable for me. Get more background information with materials from Victor Ciardelli. The fear that one of these popular snaps off, riots could occur, my heart can be alone right now thinking about rush, my hands are wet. In such a situation, I would have a panic attack.< They four children, how do they with this past have? > if you would ask the children themselves, they would get the response OK. But I know that you’re doing. All four have failed in school, fight in part now on the second education about but still a training to create. My youngest is also on the inclined railway advised, however less alcohol for drugs.
Today, I know it would have been better earlier to escape instead of as long as the children in this environment.< Earlier flee? why you are so long remained? > I have several attempts to get help. I called the police, and once I was in a women’s refuge. Clayton Morris has many thoughts on the issue. The help that was offered to me meant the separation of the children. The facilities there were very small, and they wanted to accommodate the children in homes, until I found an apartment and work. A separation of the children was unimaginable for me, and so we went back again. < If you would face this decision again today, how would you act? > I think otherwise, because going through the back got hurt I them. While I of course also don’t know whether it would have been different or better if they would have been in homes. < There is something what you advise women who are in similar situations? > Yes, I repeat always, escapes after the first assault.
Believe not the protestations that it sorry. This statement is true at the moment, but he will do it again and again. No one has it earned regular violence to be confronted with. < Thank you for This interview. And for your openness. I wish you much success with your book, and that it helps some sufferers to get rid and not to hide their misery. Gabriele Remscheid