Make a list of all your qualities, and don’t miss a single one out – you'll find there are many of them.
There's an understandable reluctance to expose yourself to what might be more of the same.
The inclination can be to put off dating, and that's a good move for a while.
Eventually, though, you'll probably want to dip a toe in the water again.
Starting over and dating after abusive relationship can be daunting but providing you have recovered sufficiently and rebuilt your self-esteem, know your own strengths and what you need from a relationship, there is no need to avoid meeting new people.
Abusive relationships, whether physically or mentally abusive, or both, are terrible, and getting out of one can seem like a huge relief.
Although the vast majority of victims are female, some are male, too.But whichever sex, the trauma can be the same, and very intense and damaging.Something that will have been injured in an abusive relationship is your self-esteem.That needs to be repaired before you can date again.It takes time to overcome that, since the last thing you need is to repeat a cycle of abusive relationships.You need to be sure that you deserve better, that you’re worthy of a good person and a real romance.