Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
your title is "Scared to think positively" - and you describe a situation for which you claim relief once it will be over.
You say you can make it on your own, and of course you can. Your husband has filled your head with insecurities. What kind of man needs to put a woman down in order to feel good about himself?
You deserve to be happy.
However, as you seem to be the sole provider, I suggest that first you think about yourself and your child and seek proper legal advice. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a referral.
Taking action for your future and your child will help you gain some power back. You have every right to get your stuff, especially if another woman is using them. Establish a plan of action between your divorce and getting your stuff back while keeping your safety a priority. You say he has abused physically and this should never be taken lightly. keep focus and be grateful for being able to make it on your own and having your daughter.
There are many stages to a breakup; denial, anger...and we can't jump over them. What you are feeling is normal. Even if it brings relief, you are morning a loss.
Take it one day at the time and know that it does get better.
I practice in Table view in you wish to book a consultation or send me your details to be put on the mailing list as I am launching a workshop: I broke up, now what?!
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