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Domestic abuse, usually occur within the home between family members, especially a couple, but also includes parent/child relationships and siblings.
It can be identified when one person tries to dominate and control the other person. Domestic abuse that includes physical violence is called domestic violence.
Domestic violence is when one or more people physically attacks or threatens to assault another member within the domestic family unit.
It is a very serious crime and can be very distressing for the victim.
Recognising Domestic Abuse
For many victims and witnesses of abuse, life would have fundamentally altered and they may experience the following:
~ Low self-esteem
~ Lack of trust in others
~ Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
~ Physical illnesses
Life after abuse
Our main aim at Restoring Lives is to encourage and support victims and witnesses of domestic abuse in restoring their life back to as close to normality as possible.
Their life may never be completely the same again, but that doesn't mean it can't get better. We can help restore lives, empowering people to take back their personal power, relieving them of any guilt or shame, and directing them to a more positive outlook on life.
Our anger and life coaching service is suitable for those who have been recently affected by domestic abuse or those who'd like to get life back on track after historic abuse.
Counselling may be more suitable for those who have denied or repressed their feelings.
How we can help?
If a member of your family is clearly intending to harm you, whether or not you actually get hurt, the police will record this as a crime of violence. If this is happening to you we urge you to seek the help and advice from the Police.