Time To Go: How To Safely Leave An Abusive Relationship
- 5 hours on-demand video
- 2 articles
- 7 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Understand the 10 major types of abuse and the many different methods. Yes, there is a difference in the two
- Know the many different signs of abuse
- Know the Factors leading to domestic abuse
- Understand the impact of abuse on the victim, children and the family; including some statistics
- Successfully leave an abusive relationship safely and with confidence
- Have the knowledge and skills to successfully start their new life abuse free
- Know 16 sources for where they can raise finance to leave
- Know how to sever all ties with their abuser through legal separation or divorce
- Be clear on who they should go to for support and who they should hold back from telling
- Learn from the true stories of other victims and survivors
- Wisely and Safely walk away from an abusive relationship
- This course is appropriate for men and women ages 16 years and older.
- A safe space to go through the course, away from an abuser
- No prior knowledge or experience of abusive relationships is necessary
Domestic abuse knows no barriers of age, religion, culture or gender; although the vast majority of victims are women. Be it Emotional Abuse, Physical Abuse, Financial Abuse, Sexual Abuse or Neglect, etc. this course unravels the dangers of abusive relationships and lays out a step-by-step plan to successfully put it behind you.
This course will take you from feeling devalued, disrespected, frustrated, confused, mentally tired or stressed, isolated, alone and in fear in an unhealthy relationship to being empowered, knowledgeable, confident, motivated, gaining mental and physical freedom, supported and flourishing in your new life.
I have personally been there, I experienced it and want to share the wealth of knowledge and information with you on how you too can survive and thrive. Why? Freedom! I want you to be Abuse-Free and live the FULFILLING life you were born to!
Take the steps today to see SMILES and HAPPINESS instead of tears caused by a toxic relationship and an abusive partner. Put yourself on the road to self-love, mental clarity and reclaiming your power.
As your instructor I will share insights and expertise from over two decades of personal experience, research and training in relationship dynamics.
Students will learn a number of key lessons including: spotting abuse, planning your exit, raising finance, successfully leaving your abuser once and for all and keys to never getting into another abusive relationship.
This 5 hours plus course is structured into 10 segments broken down into individual lectures, each in Power Point slides and videos, plus downloadable course material, tasks and insightful information. Each lecture has simple action steps and quizzes to reinforce your learning.
This course is suitable for men and women 16 years plus; or younger individuals who are in an abusive marriage and want to leave their abusive spouse.
- Women who are victims of domestic violence
- Men who are victims of domestic violence
- Abusers wishing to change their attitude and behaviour
- Women who are constantly stressed in their relationship and need clarity on whether the relationship is abusive or not
- Individuals wanting to be more informed about what support they can offer to people they suspect or know are in abusive relationships
- Professionals wanting to learn more about domestic violence and other types of relationship abuse
- Victims ready to leave their abuser but needing clear guidance on how to do it safely and successfully
Have an open mind for learning; put aside the ‘I know that’ mindset and be willing to receive the knowledge and take action.
Do all your online research through https://duckduckgo.com/ or in the ‘incognito’ mode offered by some browsers; instead of just using a search engine such as Google as it will track your searches.
- If possible have a single note book for writing (try not to use loose pages as they can be easily misplaced)
- Pen / pencil
- A secure bag, container or location to put important things away safely as you accumulate items
- Believe in yourself
- Stick-to-itiveness through the course
- Optimistic vision for your abuse-free future
- Use the 'notes' section to the far right of this page to safely make your course notes online
- I have allotted a couple hours on a Friday to answer messages and communicate with students.
You will gain greater insight and clarity in less than 5 minutes!
There are 5 sets of
questions each addressing different areas of your life.
Rank your answer on a scale of 0-10 using the guide below:
0 = Nope, not true for me!
3 = Just a bit like this.
5 =I feel split about this.
7 = Yep, pretty much the way it is.
10 = This is totally true!
N.B. Remember that this is an assessment, so there is no right or wrong answers it's just to give you a snapshot of where you are starting.
Now, take the quiz, get energized towards your change and let’s move forward together!
P.s. Well done and thanks in advance for being honest about your current situation and your commitment to a brighter future.
2. Types Of Abuse In Relationships
3. Methods Of Abuse
4. Am I A Victim Of Abuse?
5. Its Time To Decide Your Next Move
6. Time To Go!
7. Financing Your Leaving, Even If You Have No Money
8. Settling Into Your New Life
9. What About Divorce?
12. Bonus Material
Which of the following best describes your situation and why?
Situational couple violence
Mutual violent control
Write down two separate lists with factors leading to the abuse in your relationship:-
What do you believe led to you becoming a victim of abuse?
From your knowledge, what do you believe led to your partner to becoming an abusive spouse towards you?
Download and open the list on the methods of abuse.
Warning there are a lot, so take your time to sit with this as some people find it overwhelming at first.
Take time out to journal, take a walk or sit with yourself as you go through the data.
Make a list of the methods of Financial or Material Exploitation that you have experienced in your relationship.
Write a short letter to your former self, on the day you met your abuser or when you started having feelings for them. In the letter advise the younger you about what to look out for; specifically signs of your relationship becoming toxic/unhealthy.
Look out for the manipulation as you look toward your abuse-free future.
Start considering what your Plan A, Plan B and Plan C will look like.
Action Step Choose some motivational music and motivational leaders to listen to as you continue to work through your to-do list.
Continue to be mindful of the information that you share with your abuser. Do not underestimate what they can do in a fit of anger.
Prepare for when you are leaving to keep safe. Call for support if you need to and try to leave when your spouse is not around. If you are on the central coast in the U.S. check out the California moving company Meathead Movers.
If you believe that you’ll need a restraining order apply for one. If you are not sure get legal advice.
Write a list of 5 ways you might be able to raise finance. As you continue through the course compare your list to what are suggested.
Decide where you are going to put your entire financial document. When researching online.
This is a reminder to do all your online research through https://duckduckgo.com/ or using an incognito window on your browser instead of using a search engine such as Google normally as it will track your searches.
Spend time on spiritual growth and guidance. Spend time in prayer and meditation.
Book a break, whether it’s at a friend’s house when your children are on school break or for a weekend. Consider some options and begin to plan one for within the next 3 months.
Spend time on spiritual growth and guidance. Spend time in prayer and meditation.Spend time on your personal development. Have a look at our website to see if any of our other courses are right for you http://www.thewisewife.com/. Equally there are lots of content on YouTube that are free to access if you are disciplined enough to work on your own. Choose a positive mantra / quote and repeat it to yourself on a regular basis.
Make a list of relationships you want to build. For example, with your children, extended family, working at a charity, etc.
Decide what is best for your situation; legal separation or divorce.
Journal and make a list about the types of manipulation and character of your abuser, which you believe that others may not obviously spot.
In your personal time continue your growth by looking at videos on YouTube and reading articles about topics like anger management, forgiveness and personal development.