Domestic abuse is a significantproblem in the UK. Why is this? This is because what we are seeing is fundamentally a lack in positive culture, a freedom to oneself. We need to see a change in behaviour because it plays an important role in people’ mental health.
Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence and abuse, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexuality or background. Domestic and family violence is a crime. Deliberately hurting and being cruel is an act of violence against humanity.
*In the year ending March 2019, 1.6 million women experienced domestic abuse
Enza born and raised a British girl of Italian descent, lives in the UK and is an entrepreneur, writer and philanthropist. She has a passion for helping others believe in themselves and has set up this blog post containing info and to share links.
She enjoys new music styles and is working on finalising and launching her upcoming Charity project ‘Quarantine Playlist 2020’. This year has been a traumatic experience for everyone and the playlist celebrates the art of storytelling! She hopes this helps someone!
At the beginning of lockdown she was feeling overwhelmed, burntout and worried about her anxiety levels going up and the fear about the health of herself and of her loved ones. At times she questioned herself and felt a slight uncertainty about her future, but because of her strong positive mindset on her side, she has been able to direct her negative thoughts away from herself through improving her words and focusing on all that is good in her life. She has dealt with it the best way possible.