How do you tell someone about abuse? | #DAS | Domestic Abuse Survivor | Seek Me UK | Real Stories

Abuse is difficult. No one knows what to do with it. No one knows how to react to it. Every single person that ever comes across some abusive situation, most of the time are confused by how to deal with it or what the situation even is. 



I was asked to explain a little bit more about my previous abusive relationship and I thought this was the best way to do so. I am taking questions so feel free to comment below or send me a DM on any other platform.


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One voice can inspire a change. One voice can start a movement. Let my  voice inspire you. 

I am with you, I stand by you, I will be your shield, I will not give up.


Some useful links for anyone who may need it:



Keep Safe:

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SARC Units - you can self refer but the police offer it so all evidence can be recorded - please do this even if you don’t want to press charges. Keep the evidence and make sure that you are okay, safe, and healthy. Find your local centre here and don’t be afraid: 


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I am not a funded charity organisation, I am working on all of this in my own time and using my own resources, contacts, and legal knowledge as a criminologist to help others. Please refer to my GoFundMe page to learn more about the work that I am doing. 


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