Living Fully Show with Angela Sutcliffe: When Caregiving Becomes Abusive

No one wants to leave a loved who needs our help and support. We want to be there for the people that we love in every way that we can.

By caregiving, we are showing up for them; we are standing by them when they need us most. We are doing what we have to be strong and supportive.

When violence and abuse becomes part of the relationship, it’s time to leave. It’s time to get help and support so that you are not alone, and you are safe.

In our interview, Angela Sutcliffe shares her caregiving experience and what she had to do to save herself from the challenges of caregiving, and the dangers of being in an abusive relationship. Not an easy subject to talk about and we thank Angela for shedding light on what you can do to help yourself, your loved ones or someone that you know.


Angela has been through major life transitions and has cared for many of her loved ones, including a relationship with her ex-husband that almost crushed her. She is resilient, resourceful and brave. She wants you to know that if you are in a relationship that is hurting you, you owe it to yourself to get out.

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