How to Take Back Your Power After an Abusive Relationship
In an abusive relationship, power is in the hands of the abuser and we lose our ability to stand up for ourselves. It can seem impossible to get back on your feet let alone set goals for your future.
Taking Back Your Power After Abuse is all about shifting inward where your personal power lives. The course will look at what you denied, minimized and rationalized in the beginning of the relationship. How you slide into complacency and before you knew it, your abusive relationship had lasted for 5, 10, 20 years!
You will learn the importance of Taking Personal Responsibility for Your Recovery, Your Decisions, and Your Future.
Is it in your control? Are you behaving aggressively or assertively? What is the difference and how do they impact your recovery.
Knowing how to take back your power is preparing the foundation for your Deep Real Recovery after Abuse.
Tools to Own Your Story Honestly, Fearlessly and Vulnerably
Tools to Take Personal Responsibility for your Recovery
Workbooks Dedicated to the Lesson Topic
5 Video Lessons
A Private Supportive Community to Boost Recovery
Work at Your Own Pace
Susan Ball is an Abuse Recovery Expert, Disruptor, Lived Experience Speaker, and a bestselling Author. Recovery After Abuse blossomed from Susan's own abusive relationships and is built on the belief that all women are entitled to live free, fulfilled and fearless.
Susan is on a mission empowering women to Rise Up, Show Up, Free Their Voices, and move from the victim space to the Courageous & Healing Space.
Taking Back Your Power Course
After leaving an abusive relationship, you feel powerless and confused. You wonder how you will get your life back together.