Someone you know RIGHT NOW is being abused.

The numbers are staggering…and this doesn’t even represent the ONGOING abuse!

1 in 4 women experience domestic abuse. For men, it’s 1 in 7.

As defined by Wikipedia:

Not all domestic violence is equivalent. Differences in frequency, severity, purpose, and outcome are all significant. Domestic violence can take many forms, including physical aggression or assault (hitting, kicking, biting, shoving, restraining, slapping, throwing objects, beating up, etc.), or threats thereof; sexual abuse; controlling or domineering; intimidation; stalking; passive/covert abuse (e.g., neglect); and economic deprivation It can also mean endangerment, criminal coercion, kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment, trespassing, and harassment.

Wow…that’s a lot. What can be confusing is that abuse can be cyclical. Tension can run high leading to an act of violence, which is then followed by a period of reconciliation and calm. Most outsiders see the calm. As the recipient of the act, we do a good job of hiding what’s going on. We feel ashamed. We feel scared.

Abusers prefer to trap their subjects through:

  • traumatic bonding to the abuser
  • isolation
  • power and control
  • withholding/restricting financial resources
  • fear
  • shame
  • guilt
  • using children/family members as a bargaining tool

As a result of abuse, victims can experience various symptoms including:

  • physical disabilities
  • chronic stress
  • chronic fatigue
  • dysregulated aggression
  • chronic health problems
  • mental illness
  • limited finances
  • ability to create healthy relationships
  • unworthy of true love
  • post-traumatic stress disorder
  • anxiety/depression
  • autoimmune diseases
  • digestive issues
  • eating disorders
  • addictions
  • withdrawal

Can you relate to this?  Or maybe you know someone suffering and you’re not sure how to help?

I’ve been there. It’s scary. But I learned to see my experience of abuse as a gift and I’d like to help you do the same.

I help women transcend betrayal of domestic abuse to reclaim their health and wellbeing + balance their hormones + optimize their energy so they can passionately embrace life in a body they love.

Would you or someone you know benefit from a coaching session on how to holistically heal from the betrayal of domestic abuse? I’d love to chat…you can book a free session below or PM me to find out how to restore balance when you feel like everything has fallen apart.


In this session you will:

  • Create a crystal clear vision on how to attain your ultimate health success and perfect lifestyle
  • Uncover hidden stressors that may be sabotaging your health goals and keeping you stuck in a victim mindset
  • Leave our session feeling renewed, rejuvenated and empowered to restore your vitality to live the life you deserve

You deserve to heal. You can’t undo the betrayal, but you can control how long it affects your health, mind, lifestyle, business, relationships and life.

with grit n’ grace –

tracy j stonaker

Content provided by Women Belong member Tracy J Stonaker