Get Out, Get Love

Get Out, Get Love

What Everyone Should Know In, and After, Abusive Relationships

Craig Newman


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You can now get FREE access to a 6-week self-compassion programme (previous cost: £40 12 months' access). Visit the Get Out Get Love website to find out more.

- Is this what they mean by abuse?
- Why am I tolerating such a bad relationship?
- Will I ever be able to get out and feel free?

If you have ever asked yourself any of these questions, you may be, or have been, in an abusive relationship, even without realising.

Every minute, more than 20 people in the UK or US are abused by their partner.

Get Out, Get Love is an essential guide to the journey that anyone who is in, leaving or has left an abusive relationship must undertake. It takes the reader through three key stages - getting understanding (of the reasons we fall into abuse and why we tolerate it), getting out (escapaing, breaking the cycle and staying away) and getting love (seeking closure, regaining trust and developing self love).

Unlike other books on this subject, Get Out, Get Love focuses uniquely on putting control of the narrative in your hands. By helpig you understand yourself better, it will show you how to embrace both growth and change, to create a future of freedom and joy.

Author and psychologist Dr Craig Newman, who was himself in an abusive relationship, presents a supportive and proven recovery plan that has helped so many of his clients, and will help you, to Get Out and Get Love.

Your journey starts here.

This is an eBook edition and can be viewed online or downloaded to the John Murray Learning app via your account. Please note you will not be able to save files to your computer.


Craig Newman:
Craig Newman is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with 23 years' experience in supporting transformation and personal growth. He is an experienced therapist and coach with expertise in pain management, neuropsychology and disabilities. He has worked in both the private and public sector, most recently providing NHS leadership and teams coaching. An award-winning innovator within the digital health sector, he has created a range of digital solutions that have gone on to improve the lives of both NHS staff and patients and was the driving force behind Project5, a free wellbeing service he set up to support NHS staff during the COVID pandemic. As a survivor of domestic abuse, Craig's aim now is to offer clients and fellow survivors the same freedom and personal growth that he has enjoyed, showing them how to Get Out, and Get Love.