The information on these pages has been written by qualified and experienced professionals in domestic abuse.
The Governments definition of domestic abuse is:
“Any incident of threatening behaviour, violence or abuse (psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional) between adults who are or have been intimate partners or family members, regardless of gender or sexuality.”
You may also find the Useful Links page helpful.
“Find someone to talk to in confidence – the turning point for me was going to see a counsellor on my own. I hadn’t realised you could do this but it helped me recognise what was happening and gave me the courage to start to take practical steps towards leaving” Tanya (mum)
“I have had this telephone number in my pocket for two years” John (dad)
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- > The Arguing Is Getting Too Much. Can I Ask My Partner To Move Out?
- > The Arguing Is Too Much For Me And The Children. Should I Leave?
- > What Are The Signs Of Coercive Control?
- > SODA – Survivors Of Domestic Abuse
- > My Partner Has Told Me He Will Take The Children Away If I Report His Abuse
- > My Ex-Partner Is Sort Of Abusive. Is It Right To Expect Me To Go To Mediation?