Feeling Your Way

A Survival Guide For After an Abusive Relationship Ends

Often, women make the decision to end an abusive relationship. Some women are forced to leave suddenly when there is a crisis, such as police involvement or being ingreat danger. Sometimes, it is the abusive partner who leaves. In any case, when a relationship ends, there will be lots of feelings about it.

This booklet is a survival guide for after an abusive relationship.

Women's Health Centre, St Jopseph's Health Centre and the Woman Abuse Council of toronto. Principal author: Irene Gabinet, Women's Health Centre, St. Joseph's Health Centre.

Type/Format of Resource: WomanACT publications

Category/Topic of interest:
    Woman Abuse
    Emotional Abuse
    Physical Abuse
    Sexual Abuse
    Psychological Abuse
    Same Sex Abuse

Population Group:
    Victims / Survivors
    Health Care Service Providers
    Social Service Providers
    Immigrant/Refugee Women

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Year of Publication: 2007

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     Feeling Your Way (Acrobat PDF file)

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