Firstly you are to be commended for taking the first step and acknowledging the pain and taking the first step of getting out. So many women never muster up the incredible strength it takes to break the chains that it took years to bind them. The future is entirely in your hands; not your abusers. Just as it took enormous amount of time and energy to get you to submit to your abuser’s will, it will take time and energy to break the chains. You will need a trauma therapist and a group. I strongly urge you to journal daily. If you have children, get them into a group. If alcohol was involved try alonon. In the beginning of your journey toward wellness exploit every resource available. Get an order of protection if the abuser won’t leave you alone and seek supervised visitation for the children if applicable. You can do this. The greater part of the strength required was the leaving.

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You will heal but sometime something will open a memory and you will relive the pain and then it passes and you look at who you are now with a smile and be glad cause you are stronger and love who you are now.

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focus on the positive you and take it you were fortunate to come out safe from your experience.its hard to predict what will happen to us, how we react to things happening to us is more important..

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your ment 2 recover wot dont kill us makes us stronger n all that The strength you will get from dealn with it can never be taken away

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