According to a survey on DomesticShelters.org, a third of survivors say they never documented abuse. Many survivors have a hard time admitting that their once-loving partner has become abusive. Others are fully aware they’re being abused, but may not even think to keep any sort of log of incidents, especially if the abuse is nonphysical. Yet when it comes time to leave the abuser, secure a permanent order of protection and potentially fight for custody rights, any evidence the survivor can bring to court is only going to bolster his or her case.
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