After domestic abuse has taken place for a very long time in a relationship it can be very hard to move on and overcome the issues that traumatized a person even after they have ended the abusive relationship. Author and Life Coach Robert Moment is going to give you 7 effective ways to help you let go and move on after you have been involved in an abusive relationship.
Here are the 7 Effective Ways to Let Go and Move on After an Abusive Relationship:
1-Let yourself feel all the emotions that come with a breakup
The truth is that a person who suffers emotional abuse in a relationship has to deal with a lot of things in order to recover. They don’t only need to overcome the abuse, but they also have to find their own identity again after spending a long time with the person who was abusive. You need to allow yourself to feel the pain of not having that person in your life anymore. You might not even want that person to be with you, but you got used to life with that individual and sharing so many moments together.
2-Get rid of all the things that this person gave you
All the gifts you ever received from this person should no longer remain in your life. This will only serve as a constant reminder of all the negative things that happened and it will make it harder to recover completely.
3-Avoid any kind of contact with that person
The best thing to do is to avoid all kinds of contact with that person. The person who abused you need counseling. It is time for you to reclaim your life and live the life you deserve here on earth. A life of joy, peace , love, happiness and fulfillment.
4-Ask your friends and family to be supportive
When you are feeling sad and depressed you can become a very difficult person to be around and if you ask for your loved ones to be supportive they will be more understanding of your mood swings. Always try to be reasonable and not affect others with your emotional struggles, but they can always listen to you and share experiences they have had in the past.
5-Meet new people and join a support group
It might seem like being involve with someone else again in a romantic way is going to be too difficult for you to handle. This is a perfectly normal process that we go through and eventually we are able to see things clearly. Meet new people and join a support group with women who have shared your same experiences. Slowly start to enact with people on a social level again and become their friend, there is no need to get romantically involved, but this will really speed up the process of recovery and will also show you that not all people act the same way.
6-Pick up a good hobby
Having to deal with depression and sadness that come from an abusive relationship is very difficult, but something makes it even more difficult is to have to deal with those issues all day long. If you don’t look for things that will keep your mind occupied, you will never get a chance to overcome the pain quickly.
7-Take things one day at a time
Don’t try to avoid the feelings you experience and the stages of recovery. There is a process that needs to occur in order for healing to take place and you have to be patient in order to find yourself out of this ordeal with the best outcome.
Letting go of an abusive relationship and all of the emotional baggage can be very hard, but if you follow the advice given to you in this domestic abuse article, you will manage to get through it much faster as long as you respect the process.
Robert Moment is a life coach, speaker and author of several life-transforming books, Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence Help for Abused Women and Domestic Violence Survivors, Verbal Abuse: How Women Can Successfully Recognize, Respond to and Overcome Verbally Abusive Relationships and Abusive People, and How Do You Find Happiness . Robert specializes in maximizing human potential for happiness , purpose and success. Visit http://www.DomesticAbuseandDomesticViolence.com and sign-up for the FREE Life-Transforming e-courses on Overcoming Domestic Abuse and Verbal Abuse