Hi, I'm Jennifer Gilmour

Author, Advocate & Public Speaker
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I am an author and advocate for women in abusive relationships, using my own experiences of domestic abuse as a catalyst to bring awareness and to help others. I have published two publications, Isolation Junction and Clipped Wings which have both been Amazon Best Sellers and received awards. I speak at events across the UK and continue to raise awareness through my blog posts, public speaking, television and radio interviews and social influence.

Raising awareness of domestic abuse

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“Jennifer speaks with passion and insight about her lived experience. She has the ability to talk objectively and with amazing insight into her experience while remaining one of the most positive voices for recovery from domestic abuse I know. She offers hope and inspiration to anyone that had experienced living with coercive control and will challenge professionals who far too often see those that have experienced domestic abuse as a stereotype”

-Sue Penna

Advocacy

I have grown a digital community to support discussions around domestic abuse online. #AbuseTalk started as a Twitter Chat, developed into an online forum and also hosts a podcast.

Author

I have written under multiple categories including fiction, non-fiction and self-help.

“I commend the author for her work on bringing this into the open”

“A brave book to write, a delicate subject matter”

My Achievements & Awards

1. #SBS Winner 2020 (Theo Paphitis)

2. UK & European Award for using Social Media for Good 2019 (Social Day: Social Media Marketing Awards)

3. Most Informative Blogger Award 2018 (Bloggers Bash Annual Awards)

Latest Blog Items

How to Reduce Stress as a Parent

How to Reduce Stress as a Parent

Being a parent is far from being an easy task. It’s a job that you’re constantly doing around the clock without any breaks. Even after your children are off on their own, you’re still going to have to be there for them to help. Once you’re a parent, the job...

Life on Pause

Life on Pause

Whilst I was in an abusive relationship I felt my life took a giant step back but it wasn’t until after I left that I recognised the damage that had been done. It was more than life been on pause, I would say I was stuck like life was on repeat each day. I didn’t...