Overcoming Trauma In An Abusive Relationship

Earlier in my life, I experienced abuse and trauma in a relationship with someone I loved. I was mentally, physcially and emotionally abused and battered. I kept my abuse a secret from my family, ashamed of how they would think of me and how I might be perceived as weak to them. It took me eight years to finally realize the signs it was time to move on after countless repeated efforts of trying to change someone I had zero power over.

With repeated signs being shown to me from complete strangers and having the courage to leave and never look back, I can say with one thousand percent confidence that my life has been amazing and beyond abundant ever since.

When we stay stuck in situations that do us harm, we prevent ourselves from reaching our highest potential and power. Being surrounded by lower-level vibrational frequencies lowers your ability to attract abundance in your life. To fully live a joyful life and to free yourself from pain, hurt and suffering, you must find the courage within to know that you one thousand percent deserve to live a better life.

Despite what anyone tells you, deep down inside, you know that you’re unhappy and feeling unworthy. If you’re having these feelings, it’s time to get help and get yourself out of these types of situations.

How To Heal While Being In An Abusive Relationship

EIf you or someone you know is in an abusive, toxic relationship, seek help now. Whether that is with a trusted friend or family member or specialized coach or therapist, seek the help you need to get out of the situation that you are in. If you’re feeling stuck or unsure of what to do, I highly recommend seeking help to create a more abundant life and future for yourself.

If you or someone you know needs immediate help, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233.

In my specialized program for trauma and domestic violence victims, I help clients overcome abuse and trauma in the following forms:

  • Shame
  • Mental Abuse
  • Physical Abuse
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Unworthiness
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Anxiety

If you’d like to know more about this program, you can learn more here.

Remember, you can choose happiness and there is always a way out. If you’re ready to take the next step, learn more about my programs for domestic violence, abuse and trauma victims.

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