Leaving your partner is an extremely brave decision. But unfortunately it does not make you completely safe from danger. There will always be a few steps and precautions to take to avoid any risk of insecurity. Remember that there are many people here to help you cope with what you are going through. You are not alone in this situation. For this, we are making our PLUS Plan available to you*:
Preserve your security
Let go of your past
Use your energy for your well-being
Stabilise your future
Some injuries, if not treated early on, can cause chronic pain. If you have physical injuries, make an appointment with a GP. Doctors are bound by medical confidentiality, so they cannot give any information to your ex-partner without your consent.
Suffering domestic violence, beyond the physical aspects, has profound repercussions on psychological, moral and mental health. As these impacts are not visible at first sight, they are often more difficult to deal with. Here are some common signs you may experience:
In order to aspire to a better future, you must free yourself from the past. It is not about forgetting, but rather about letting go. Here are some guidance that might help you:
Your well-being rubs off on your personality, attitude and decisions. The main thing to avoid is losing your positivity:
When you leave your partner, you leave a life together that has more or less lasted, with unfulfilled dreams, ambitions and goals. To rebuild yourself, it is important to rebuild your life around new goals for the future. Anything is possible for you, you just have to want it!