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Alexandra Reid, who was a beloved community nurse living in Anfield (Image: Katy Reid)The sister of a nurse who took her own life after being abused by her partner want to encourage other women to speak out.Alexandra Reid, 30, died on February 24, days after she made a statement to police about the physical, mental and financial abuse her partner subjected her to.Alex, who lived in Anfield, said she feared no one would believe she was being abused, after her partner, Peter Yeung, repeatedly told her police would think she was lying.Yeung, 35, of Park Road, Toxteth, was jailed on Monday for assaulting Alex and the judge called his actions “calculating and thoroughly dishonest”.Yeung pleaded not guilty to a catalogue of assaults, claiming Alex “must have given herself the injuries”, and subjected her family to the ordeal of a trial.Alex sister, Katy Reid, said she hopes no other family go through what she and her mum have had to endure.The family shared these images of Alex in happier times, in a bid to spread a message to others who may be suffering domestic violence and struggling to seek help.Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up hereShe said: “We want to reiterate that you should come forward if you are struggling.”We don want people to be scared, that was Alex main thing. She was frightened no one would believe her.”At the end of the day, she has been believed. We want to encourage people who are suffering as well to just tell someone.”At Yeung sentencing, Katy said Alex memory will live on and the family will now be able to celebrate her life.Katy said: “We haven really been able to grieve because we had all this [court cases] hanging over us for so long.”She added: “She was a kind, loving and generous person.