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    • #13425
      citrine
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      Hi

      I’m currently receiving counselling to enable me the courage to leave my abusive partner. My counsellor has suggested I meet women whom have been in:are in abusive relationships, so that I have a support and a network of friends.

      Does anyone know of such groups I’m in the (removed by moderator) area.
      Thank you.

    • #13426
      Serenity
      Participant

      Hi Citrine,

      Women’s Aid directed me to local DV services, who told me about local support groups.

      You could look up ‘Freedom Groups’ on the Internet. They have a list of things happening in different areas.

      These include structured, 14/16 week courses which equip you to recognise abuse, as well as coffee groups and drop-ins.

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    • #13432
      godschild
      Participant

      Hi Citrine, Coming on here will help you as well, reading other ladies experiences and posting your own, its really helpful

    • #13439
      Ayanna
      Participant

      The Freedom Programme

    • #13742
      Confused123
      Participant

      Hi Hun

      I would suggest a freeedom program, i never went into a refugee but i have a support worker who i approached for support from a refugee and she is always letting me know of workshops to support me , i always meet lovely ladies there who have experienced similar, plus u will find as u put posts on here u will make loads of friends

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