Practical Tips for Independent Living after Abuse – new Resource page

We have added a new page to our Resources titled Practical Tips for Independent living after Abuse.  The links on this page provide practical tips and advice for helping an abuse victim get on her feet after she has left an abusive relationship.  Links include:

  • Financial Abuse
  • Financial Savings & Debt Management
  • How to Fix It Yourself
  • Single Parents Network
  • Single Parent Advocate
  • The Ultimate Guide to Thriving as a Newly Independent Woman

Many thanks to Jasmine Dyoco of EducatorLabs for making us aware of these resources.

3 thoughts on “Practical Tips for Independent Living after Abuse – new Resource page”

  1. Thanks for this. Its very daunting and scary being on your own after having been married for a long time and married at a young age. Plus as I was at home with kids for a long time I have no qualifications. I was saved in a church that put a lot of emphasis on “young women should marry, bear children” I’m pretty sure my original Pastor even said (I just remembered this a few days ago) that because women are the “weaker vessel” they should not be in the work force but at home. After remembering this a few days ago I think it had a big impact on me at the time when I became a Christian at 17, then married at 18. What happens when your then divorced and your kids are grown?

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