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Hello! I’m Zoe.

I was in an abusive relationship for 6 years, so I really do understand the tangled confusion you feel. After getting free, I decided to get qualified as a coach and counselor so I can help you, as I wound that the specialist support available to survivors was limited. I have been free for 7 years now, and I am in a happy, healthy relationship, so I can guide you on your journey to being able to thrive after abuse.

 

It’s like we have all dated the same person, one who displayed characteristics of a narcissist, sociopath and psychopath!  I understand the pathological minds games, emotional control, and manipulation that a toxic person inflicts on their target. I have been emotionally, physically, sexually and financial abused. I have been hoovered and love bombed and been tempted to fall for it. I’ve been made to feel crazy and think that I was losing my mind. I have been sucked dry and made to feel unbalanced, numb and depleted. 

I thought I had married my soulmate; little did I know that he was wearing a mask! Everything was amazing at first, I felt loved and cared for but then it slowly started to change. I could never do enough for him, he always wanted more and I felt like  I was constantly failing. After my daughter was born, things started to get worse, he would constantly accuse me of cheating, call me names, say I was ugly and make me feel worthless. He then started to get physical, it started small, a pinch, a slap, pulling my hair but soon he was raping me on a regular basis, strangling and pinning me down on the floor.

After I left him, for six months he stalked me until it finally escalated to the point of him battering in my front door with a concrete block, attacking and head-butting me, which resulted in me needing 12 stitches in my forehead.

 

If you want to read more about my story, I have been featured in the "The Mail" and "The Mirror" newspapers.

I am free and happy, and I now support and coach others, helping you to grow in self-love and to be body positive, as often after abuse you feel worthless. But no matter how you have been treated or what you have been told about how you look, you are beautiful, worthy and deserve so much more. And although the path to freedom can be a bumpy one, it’s so worth walking, so let’s go on this journey together.

Click on the button below to arrange your free call with me and find out how I can help you.

Zoe Parsons

Why Should you Work with Zoe?

I'm honoured to be recognized as an award-winning expert in the field of domestic and narcissistic abuse recovery. With over 6 years of experience, my commitment to empowering survivors and providing them with the tools to reclaim their lives has earned me accolades and the trust of countless individuals on their journey to healing.

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