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    Around a year ago, I managed to have the courage to leave my abuse realionship. I was 16 at the time and suffered terrible physical and emotional abuse.
    However, I managed to achieve an impressive 9As and 2a* at a GCSE and am now in an extremely happy relationship. I am currently studying my A levels and are awaiting results.
    I am writing this to let others girls and boys who are in a situation like I was that it will get better, do not let another person define your worth and people do care and can help you😌 Leaving is the first step and things will only get eaiser from there.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Around a year ago, I managed to have the courage to leave my abuse realionship. I was 16 at the time and suffered terrible physical and emotional abuse.
    However, I managed to achieve an impressive 9As and 2a* at a GCSE and am now in an extremely happy relationship. I am currently studying my A levels and are awaiting results.
    I am writing this to let others girls and boys who are in a situation like I was that it will get better, do not let another person define your worth and people do care and can help you😌 Leaving is the first step and things will only get eaiser from there.
    :borat: yes. This. It's not easy to leave so it's good to see that someone has done it and gone on to do well for themselves
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    Hiya, I'm in an abusive relationship at the minute. I am scared to leave. Can i ask how you coped in the relationship? Im really emotionally and mentally but I'm more scared of leaving.


    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Around a year ago, I managed to have the courage to leave my abuse realionship. I was 16 at the time and suffered terrible physical and emotional abuse.
    However, I managed to achieve an impressive 9As and 2a* at a GCSE and am now in an extremely happy relationship. I am currently studying my A levels and are awaiting results.
    I am writing this to let others girls and boys who are in a situation like I was that it will get better, do not let another person define your worth and people do care and can help you😌 Leaving is the first step and things will only get eaiser from there.
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    Sure hope it goes good for me. Been 3 months since I left the relationship. Wasn't doing any good to my self and everyone in my life. Funilly, that person got bored and wanted a break because of family problems (Which the family problem is true not the real reason for putting a break on me). I overthink a lot and think my self as a bad person. Hopefully things will get better day by day. Currently waiting for GCSE results day and *****ing it. I hope I do well, I really worked my ass off with the constant stress of this and paranoid thoughts.
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    Hiya, Sorry you had to go through this. I am currently in an abusive relationship but I don't know what to do. I'm too scared in case he does anything worse. Is it possible for you to give me any pointers on what to do?
    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Around a year ago, I managed to have the courage to leave my abuse realionship. I was 16 at the time and suffered terrible physical and emotional abuse.
    However, I managed to achieve an impressive 9As and 2a* at a GCSE and am now in an extremely happy relationship. I am currently studying my A levels and are awaiting results.
    I am writing this to let others girls and boys who are in a situation like I was that it will get better, do not let another person define your worth and people do care and can help you😌 Leaving is the first step and things will only get eaiser from there.
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