Healing is possible! You can lead a normal life after abuse!
A New Year, A New You
Yes, the title sounds cliché I know but after being the victim and now survivor of domestic violence, you really can take control of your life and make a new you!
Abuse Counseling and Treatment [offsite link]
Most of the information on this site refers to victims of domestic violence as female; however, ACT recognizes that there are many men who are also victims of abuse.
Cheaters and Broken Hearts [offsite link]
Support for those affected by infidelity. A wonderful site that offers advice and support.
Depression Site - Bellaonline.com
Dealing with depression during and after domestic violence can be a challenge. While this section of BellaOnline.com is not specifically for DV, she has very helpful articles.
Domestic Violence and Abusive Relationships [offsite link]
A thorough and extensive resource and research webite to assist with support and recovering from domestically violent situations.
Domestic Violence Support [offsite link]
The purpose for this group is for helping those suffering or escaping domestic violence, with support, and advice. Also help those who have escaped to stay out. Not to mention a place where we victums can vent our past experiences.
End Verbal Abuse Support Group [offsite link]
VERBAL ABUSE SUPPORT GROUP: If you are with someone who belittles you, calls you names, yells, threatens, tries to control you, etc. then you are being verbally abused! Get help here. Our forum entitled EVA (End Verbal Abuse) is intended to spread the word about this often ignored element of abusive behavior. A SAFE HAVEN with no open archives in order to protect the privacy of all members!
Girls Allowed [offsite link]
The idea is simple, girl are allowed to be themselves, like themselves and be treated with respect and be valued for their individuality.
Healing – Let Your Story Be Heard
The greatest relief you will ever feel is finally being free. Free of the screaming, the bruises, and most of all the fear that consumed every waking moment of your life. But one day, you wake up in your new found freedom and think what now?
Journaling to Heal After Domestic Violence
Using a journal on your path to self-healing or as a tool to help your therapist understand you.
Post Incest Syndrome Checklist in Men and Women [offsite link]
Incest is such a traumatic violation that its victims often forget that it even occurred. Ongoing problems with relationships, sex, trust, touch, addictions, paralyzing depression, and guilt can, when the cause is unknown, feel crazy and out of control. This checklist can be used as a guide to help adult survivors identify themselves.
Rape Recovery [offsite link]
The intent of this web site is to provide emotional, spiritual, physical, and sexual recovery information and support to rape victims and their family and friends. This web site offers timely articles, resources, and a free monthly newsletter. It´s my fervent hope that you find valuable information for recovery from your rape.
Anger has to be the hardest emotion to deal with when you are being abused and after you leave an abusive situation. These are several positive ways to express your anger and not hurt someone or yourself.
Silent Tears Inc. [offsite link]
We are a support and referral group which exists to provide aid and assistance to all victims of domestic abuse--women, men and the silent victims--children. We are a referral, awareness and support group.
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