Recognize it - Report it - Prevent it
Why did you stay?
If you believe you are in a abusive relationship fear for your safety the but thing you can do for you and that person is leave nothing good can come out a violent relationship.
Who are the victims?
The brave women has agreed to release the pictures in the hope that it will encourage other women who are victims of domestic abuse to find the courage to leave their partners this Christmas.
Hayley, 34, only escaped the clutches of a seven-year abusive relationship with Matthew Sargent after he nearly killed her in a savage attack at her home.
The mother-of-one was left in coma with a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain after Sargent battered her before smashing an OVEN DOOR on her head.
Hayley was left with deep holes in both sides of her head, behind her ears and a swollen face.
Parts of her skull broke and lodged into her brain and she suffered a broken nose and slashes to her face.
Sargent, 30, was jailed for a minimum of 16 years and now Hayley is calling on others to make the brave first step to avoid a Christmas tragedy.
She said: "I feel like if I could help just one person to have a good Christmas by escaping an abusive relationship then it feels like what I went through had a purpose.
"Whether they hit you or not, if you're scared of them then it is not a normal relationship. I can't believe it took him to nearly kill me for me to leave.
"You never realise how awful it is and how unhappy you are until you leave."