The Loneliness After An Abusive Relationship.

After the ups and downs, there’s crushing silence.

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Once you get away, there’s definitely a relief.

You’ve escaped the potential violence. Maybe you’ve even moved. Maybe you’ve deleted all social media and even refuse to have food delivered. You’re safe. You’re free.

Articles on my mental health journey. Anxiety. Trauma. Inspiration.

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