Before the pandemic, 5 in 100 adults was in an abusive relationship - a figure now estimated to be much higher.The author of this book was one of them. After over a decade in an abusive relationship, he left, taking his children with him - and he has used his expertise, contacts and professional experience to formulate a recovery plan to help not only him and his family, but the hundreds of clients and fellow survivors he has met since. And he can help you. Get Out, Get Love is a guide to the journey that anyone leaving an abusive relationship must undertake, in three stages - getting understanding (of the reasons we fall into abuse and why we tolerate it), getting out (escaping, breaking the cycle and staying away) and getting love (seeking closure, regaining trust and love in self). A mix of storytelling, case studies from a clinical perspective, and psychological insight, there is space for personal reflection and journalling prompts. Most importantly, unlike any other book on this subject, it puts control of the narrative in your hands, by helping you understand yourself better, and allowing you to embrace growth and change, for a future of freedom and joy.