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Personal Empowerment

There’s no right or wrong way to feel when you are recovering from trauma. Everyone experiences domestic and family abuse differently. The way in which you respond to and recover from your experience may depend upon a number of things, including the types of abuse you experienced, past experiences of abuse, violence and trauma, strategies you used to survive, other stress in your life and the support or lack of support you received.

Leaving an abusive relationship can be the beginning of a process of healing and recovery.
There are common experiences that some survivors talk about including:

– Fear, anxiety, self-doubt and vulnerability.
– Repeated thoughts about the abuse.
– Anger, ranging from irritability to rage.
– Disturbed sleep.
– Sadness, profound sense of loss and grief.
– Being triggered by sounds, smells or memories.
– Fear of socialising in the LGBTIQ community.
– Fear of socialising in a specific cultural community.

Many survivors can question themselves and their decisions such as “Am I strong enough to do this alone?”.

You’re not alone. You have a team of people beside you who will be with you every step of the way to help you regain your self-esteem and confidence, and we’re right here!

Building up confidence in ourselves is important and especially important if children have witnessed abusive situations with you.

Children can often imitate our actions, attitudes and emotions and, if you are modelling confidence and self-appreciation, they are more likely to feel the same about themselves. Children and you younger people who experience abuse at home are more likely to have low self-esteem and high incidents of self-blame later in life.

Our Confidence Class for Teenagers provides regular exercises to increase confidence, encourage positive and mental thinking in their teenage years and throughout their life.

We welcome you to our Survivors and Solidarity class of Empowerment where together we will strengthen and encourage each other.

When we are not empowered, we can lack control over what we do. Personal empowerment requires us to set meaningful goals to identify what we want from life, take action then achieve those goals and have more impact over the world around us all.

Our Psychological Mentor is dedicated to show us how to nurture our confidence and create a fulfilling life. Empowering and helping people access their inner power to transform their lives.
Sometimes we lose the direction of our goals, the purpose of our existence and we may lose confidence in what we’re doing.

Join us and together we will give each other clarity regarding what we want, why we want it and what can be done to help us achieve it. We all often need that leap of faith to take the first big step or next course of action in a situation.

The team at Nested will empower you with the right motivation and help you to reach your full potential.

Our Psychological Mentor is dedicated to show us how to nurture our confidence and create a fulfilling life. Empowering and helping people access their inner power to transform their lives.
Sometimes we lose the direction of our goals, the purpose of our existence and we may lose confidence in what we’re doing.

Join us and together we will give each other clarity regarding what we want, why we want it and what can be done to help us achieve it. We all often need that leap of faith to take the first big step or next course of action in a situation.

The team at Rehouse to Rehome will empower you with the right motivation and help you to reach your full potential.

Need help?

If you are a survivor and need our support, please get in touch with us and we will be so happy to assist you.

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