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How can you recover from a violent relationship?

If you have been the victim of domestic violence, you may have experienced the anxiety of facing your future. Now that you are on your own and no longer subjected to the demands and insults of your abuser, how can you move on and live a happy, content and successful life? Fortunately, with your focus on your strengths and your goals, you have the ability to recover from your past relationship and to find contentment once again in California. 

One of the most valuable things you can do is to seek the help of a professional who can help you process the emotions and worries that you are dealing with in the aftermath of a traumatic situation. You can also benefit from relying on your support system of family and friends who can provide comfort and strength in the moments when you are feeling doubtful. 

According to U.S. News, you can also look into the possibility of joining a mentorship program where you can hear the stories of survivors who have been able to overcome their abusive situation, manage the side-effects and continue on to live a life full of success and happiness. Networking with such individuals is a valuable way for you to gain insight into things that you can implement to help you overcome the trauma that your abuse created. If you need a list of resources for help with financial planning, pediatric therapy for your children or other supportive networks, being part of a mentorship program can provide a link to the help you need. 

The information in this article is intended for educational purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice.  

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