Verbal and Emotional Abuse Help Online – Email Mentoring

Verbal & emotional abuse help online is a convenient way to get one-on-one help for living in, leaving or healing from domestic violence & abuse. Come see.You can get verbal and emotional abuse help online. It’s easy. First, you apply for a Survivor’s Mentor. Soon after, you’ll meet your mentor and get emotional abuse help online through email. You can email your mentor as often as you need. Also, you can join our private Facebook group where you will meet others in different stages of the healing process. Please reach out to us. It’s an important step on your road to recovery.

Who Needs Emotional Abuse Help Online?

Survivor’s Mentors can support you if you

  • want to get out of an abusive relationship.
  • need to stay in an emotionally abusive relationship for now.
  • feel like you’re stuck in the abusive relationship forever.
  • left your abusive relationship and want help healing from it.

 

What Makes Us Great at Giving Emotional Abuse Support Online?

First of all, Survivor’s Mentors are all survivors of domestic violence and abuse. Plus, our mentors all left their abusive relationships. Therefore, our Survivor’s Mentors have extraordinary wisdom that comes from experience with domestic violence and leaving abusive relationships. Unfortunately, other verbal and emotional abuse help online programs cannot guarantee that you’ll talk to someone who completely understands what you’re going through.

Survivor’s Mentors are not licensed counselors, therapists or psychologists unless noted otherwise in the Survivors’ Mentoring Team biographies. They are strong women who survived domestic violence and can help you to survive and thrive too.

Finally, to sign up for verbal and emotional abuse help online, simply fill out the quick form on the following page. Go do it now. You won’t regret it.

Click Here For Verbal and Emotional Abuse Help Online

Survivor’s Mentors offer emotional abuse help online without discrimination based on race, creed, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability. *However, we do not mentor people under the age of 18. Men will most likely be assigned a female mentor. Currently we mentor in English only, but we hope to change that soon.

If you are an abuse survivor and want to volunteer to give verbal and emotional abuse help online, see How to Help Abuse Victims Online – Be An Email Mentor.

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