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      I think it would be worth remembering that all of the women on this site are part way through a journey towards freedom and a happier life. If you have managed to maintain No Contact as much as possible, you are slowly erasing the abuser from your life & mind and returning to how you were before you met him. Also there is hope of meeting another kind, decent & normal man in the future. Power & control, mind games, manipulation & creating fear are all sick things to do to another person and not how normal life is.

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      Ayanna
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      It is not that simple. I have kept zero contact and I built a new life. But I am still very fragile. I can never have a male partner again because I was brutally raped during my marriage. I am still afraid that he looks for revenge because I took him to court. I was abandoned by all services and I find coping extremely difficult. I am not sure whether I will ever be able to become the real me. So far I am only a fat shadow of who I was years ago.

    • #13812
      Serenity
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      Thanks Healthy Archive,

      Yes, we are on a journey, and we will find freedom if we haven’t already x

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