Support for Breakups & Going No Contact
Daily support, encouragement., inspiration, & coping tips.
Direct to your phone.
*A Special Note on Safety: Leaving a toxic or abusive relationship is often the most violent time and should be done with proper support. If you are in immediate danger contact 911. If you need support with safety planning, contact the National DV Hotline at (800) 799-7233 or click here..
BREAKING OFF A TOXIC RELATIONSHIP IS HARD!
Grieving the loss of what you wanted the relationship to be.
Worrying that you might go back again but also knowing that you can't.
Wishing that this all didn't feel so lonely.
We get it!
You CAN do this without sabotaging your self-care, eating your feelings, or turning to another toxic flame!
You are worth taking care of!
Why No Contact?
Leaving a toxic relationship is different from a traditional breakup. It often includes on person conniving to get their former partner back through pushing boundaries and manipulating emotions.
This can be done through tugging at the heartstrings of an empathetic woman, like you, or spreading lies about you in your social circle. Putting you in situations where it feels like you 'have to' respond or connect.
Having No Contact limits the amount of interaction you have with your toxic ex.
Limited engagement means less opportunity for manipulation and the use of power and control tactics to get you back.
30 days also gives you space to...
Clear your head,
Regain a sense of control in your life,
Decide how YOU want to move forward in your life.
This kind of breakup can also exacerbate your fears about being alone and abandoned, making you more vulnerable to going back to the relationship.
When breaking off a relationship with a toxic person, we recommend going 'No Contact.'
Our text support for 30 Days of
Provides tips for healthy coping.
Inspires with quotes from other women on how they did it!
Reminds you of your enoughness.
Hey! I'm Ann!
I firmly believe that every woman does what is right for her and her family. Staying with or going back to a toxic ex isn't wrong. But it can be unsafe and harmful. I created this text support service to make sure that every woman has affordable access to pragmatic, quality help for if she chooses to go 'No Contact.'
A Special Note on Safety: Leaving a toxic or abusive relationship is often the most violent time and should be done with proper support. If you are in immediate danger contact 911. If you need support with safety planning, contact the National DV Hotline at (800) 799-7233 or click here.