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What Does “Recovery From Abuse” Mean To You?

Gain clarity, realize you are not crazy, and find out the common threads of abuse through a gripping tell-all account of an 18 year, abusive marriage. You’ve poured through her blog. You might have even received help from Kellie or one of her mentors; but hear exactly how Kellie Jo Holly has arrived at the place she is today by reading her eye-opening book, My Verbally Abusive Marriage… and what i’m doing in it.

happy womanSome people think “recovery from abuse” means you’re able to hold quality relationships with family, friends and a new partner. Others consider recovery to mean they’ve reclaimed themselves, feel strong, and have their life back.

Is the process of recovering from child abuse different from recovering from domestic abuse?

Do you think recovery has an end point, or does it go on for the rest of your life?

When do you know you’ve recovered from domestic abuse? What are your goals for recovery?

Please share your thoughts on recovery from abuse below.