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It is not your fault

Updated: Oct 2, 2022

We understand that the day the police come is the day the world, as you know it, ceases to exist. The reality that the person you trusted, laughed with, cried with and planned to grow old with, has done something you never imagined possible, often feels unbearable.

You may have childen and are now existing with children's services in your life. Or, you may have grandchildren and be concerned about the impact this will have on your relationship with them. Or, neither of these statements may be true. It doesn't matter.

Whether you have been with your partner for 5 weeks or 50 years, if you are feeling lost and scared and uncertain about what to do now, then get in touch. We can't fix it and we don't have the answers but we do have people you can talk to without shame, stigma or judgement. This is categorically not your fault and you deserve to be supported. That's what we want to do.

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