Video: ‘I’m Sorry’ Domestic Abuse : A short Film by Nathaniel Tomlinsone.
CAUTION: Some strong language!
If you are thinking about leaving an abusive relationship, or have left, find out your rights and where you can get help. If you are worried about your safety, or the safety of your children, there are people who can help you stay safe.
What to do if you are a victim of domestic violence
You’re not alone
Call the National Domestic Violence Helpline on
0808 2000 247
Domestic violence does not just mean that your partner is hitting you. The abuse can be psychological, physical, sexual or emotional.
Domestic violence can also include many things, such as the constant breaking of trust, psychological games, harassment and financial control. It is rarely a one-off incident and is usually a pattern of abuse and controlling behaviour.
It can affect adults in all types of relationships and can also involve violence between parents and children.