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How to Heal from an Abusive Relationship

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Research suggests that 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced at least 1 form of physical abuse by a partner. Deciding to leave an abusive relationship is an emotionally daunting experience.

The journey can be filled with uncertainty, and the road isn’t always easy. However, recovering from an abusive relationship can be empowering — it can help you regain self-confidence and rebuild your self-worth.

Learning how to heal from an abusive relationship takes time, and while it can be lonely at times, it’s important to keep in mind that you have people in your corner.

Remind yourself, every day, that you are brave and resilient — and you got out. As you navigate your new life and world, know that your feelings are valid, and with the support and guidance you find along the way, you will come out the other side of this.

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