Louise Murphy, who has been supported by Women Out West now works as Personal Assistant to Rachel Holliday (CEO) and is able to offer hope to others. She still suffers from the trauma she has experienced, but offers hope to others as she now knows she can have less of the “bad days and more good days”.
She talks to ITV Border about her experiences of domestic violence, why it can be so difficult to identify what is happening, how there is no set “type” of perpetrator, the stigma that surrounds it and how she has moved her life on to much more positive times.
She also wrote an article earlier in her journey when she began volunteering with WoW, where she reviewed a book for us. You can read her review of Empaths vs. Narcissists here.