A group of Nottingham women who came together while receiving support for their experience of domestic abuse completed their first miles together on May 1.
The women from across Broxtowe, who name themselves the Wellb... Read more
In the final (for now) part of Debbie’s story, the child care issues are sorted, but new trials to get some of the money from her house that her partner sold begin …
I was given full custody; however sup... Read more
As we move to the fourth part of Debbie’s story of 12 years of abuse, a move starts to improve life but threats by text and missed childcare appointments mean her nightmare goes on …
In April 2012 I mana... Read more
In the third part of Debbie’s story the unbelievable extent of her partner’s financial abuse is revealed the bailiffs arrive and a custody battle begins….
I now realised I had better find out what my f... Read more
Following on from the first part of Debbie’s story on Friday where we learned how she was controlled and badly mistreated, we continue today with her explaining how she was forced to live in a hotel room with three chi... Read more
Earlier this week we shared a blog with you highlighting how writing can be beneficial and help the healing process. We would like to end the week by sharing with you part one of a survivors story.
The process of writ... Read more
Financial Abuse – survivors’ story
During Christmas 2017, my world came crashing down around my ears. Shortly before this happened, friends and family would have believed I had the ideal life. I had a gr... Read more
Broxtowe Women's Project survivor story, Surviving Domestic Abuse!, Surviving Corona, Surviving Lockdown In Nottingham
“I’ve made good links with others, especially Samantha who I met through BWP events. W... Read more
Thank goodness I’m no longer living with my ex now I’m holed up at home self-isolating. I feel so relieved as I can’t contemplate how bad this would be if we were still together. I really feel f... Read more
Abusive fathers will use their children in a variety of different ways to perpetuate domestic abuse. Using children is highly effective as a way of exerting power and control over their intimate partners or former partners.