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Hi, look I know this is wrong and all things come with a price. I understand magic and spells are not a game, but I just need an answer. Is there a spell out there to prevent my ex from ever hurting anyone again? I don't want him dead but part of me never ever wants him to find love for the things he did to me and other girls, I may have not have been raped but he tried forcing himself even when I said no, and I also may not know the half of what he did to my friend who dated him or the other two except that he scared the hell out of one with anger just for taking his hat as a joke. I do know, however, that I want him to never be able to touch a woman with out permission, force him to always have to get permission. But I don't know if there are any spells or dare I say hexes that can do the trick. I don't like dark magic, and I don't want to perform dark spells but this I will make an exception for. I apologise for being an inconvenience to the more experienced ones but I truly appreciate any and all help.
-Saber_Moon
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Hello Saber.

This is a very delicate subject to attempt to address.

I will tell you that there are binding spells, creating and using a poppet, and myriad other ways to go about doing what you wish to do. (If you are serious about it, then you can do research into any one of these on your own.)

However, if you are inept with spell casting, then you will stand a good chance of it's not being successful.

There is seemingly a cycle of destructive and hurtful behavior being exhibited by the man in question and I think that there are things you can do to break that cycle without the use of magic. You can report the attempted rape (based upon your own description, that is exactly what it is) to law enforcement in your area. You can also try to speak with the other victims of his abuse (it sounds as if you either know or are friends with them) and encourage them to come forward and do the same.

No, it is not easy. Yes, it is a very public and difficult thing to have to gothrough. But by you (and possibly the other women) standing up and saying enough is enough, it may be just what is needed in order to break that cycle.

I hope that you remain safe and are successful, no matter which path you decide to tread down.

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