Hi, I’m Emily, domestic abuse survivor and author of two books, Verbal Abuse: Diary of an Abusive Relationship and The Little Book of Self Love.

Verbal Abuse: Diary of an Abusive Relationship

I decided to write my book Verbal Abuse : Diary of an Abusive Relationship to help other people who are stuck in an abusive relationship, or who have experienced abuse, so that their feelings can be validated and truly know that abuse is never their fault.  I was in abusive relationship for ten years and kept a diary.  If you are interested in buying it, you can find it here (and worldwide):-

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In this gripping, shocking and inspirational book, author Emily Hayworth kept a personal diary during her ten year abusive marriage. The author has listed in detail her experiences and emotions ranging from happiness, confusion, fear and almost madness as she journeys through the roller coaster that is verbal abuse.

During the last chapter, Emily lists the different types of abuse that can occur in a relationship and gives specific examples from her diary, helping you to clearly identify what may be happening in your life. There is also a section on how you can protect yourself from abuse and create a healthier, happier life.

The Little Book of Self Love

This little book is filled with beautifully created pictures of positive affirmations to help you if have experienced abuse or simply want to improve your self confidence. It also contains a guide on how to create your own affirmations. Remember, if you can repeat it and see it, then you can be it!

If you are in need of a boost and who would like to feel better about yourself, your life, future and relationships or need emotional healing, then this book will help you love yourself again. Download the graphics and use them as your you wish, or flick through them to remind yourself just how incredible you are.

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About Emily Hayworth

With nearly ten year’s experience of personally experiencing abuse, intense study and contribution to various forums, Emily Hayworth has a deep understanding of domestic violence.  She is also a keen designer, with a love of digital art.