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SafeLives Feb 13
We're so pleased to see introducing paid leave for victims of We know that in almost every work place, people will be affected by DA - it is so important for employers to understand the signs and put the right support in place
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Woman's Trust 3m
This is why we do what we do, every day. We've been providing free counselling and therapy for female survivors since 1996. Every year, we support around a thousand women with their and needs, caused by the trauma of abusive relationships.
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Domestic Violence Assist Feb 17
Regrettably judges in family courts still do not understand coercive control and they certainly don't accept it as a sole reason for granting an injunction order.
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Home Office Feb 15
can occur in all forms of relationships and anyone can be a victim regardless of their sexual orientation. The Freephone 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline offers support, help and information. All calls are completely confidential. Call 0808 2000 247.
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Jasmine Godden Feb 14
Our courts need to protect victims and survivors better. Sadly this outcome is not uncommon to hear in my daily role as an IDVA. 'Nice man' threw his partner head-first over 20ft bridge onto concrete after row
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Domestic Abuse is..... Feb 15
Attempts to leave How many times did you go back to your abuser?
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Anthony Lyons MA FRSA 12h
I stayed with my abusive girlfriend out of fear she would kill me - BBC Three
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IDAS 14m
"My partner was very controlling…but I couldn’t see that at the time and thought everything must be my fault because that is what he told me. I was exhausted." Read more about how Jodie was able to leave a life of behind her
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Coffee_with 6h
Looking for men in UK that've been victims of domestic violence. Also perpetrators & experts re small YT documentary You can be straight, gay, Bi or trans No politics or judgements & we can film you anonymously Making list of interest at moment
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uglyduckang 18h
If you leave, you'll never see the kids again.
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Samantha Billingham 6m
All I have wanted to do is support others, look what came through the post today 😍 My DBS check to allow me to volunteer with the amazing so I can support other SODAs 😍 💜
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AgainstDomesticViolence Feb 12
A year and a month ago today, you threw your first hit. I still flinch when someone even gets near me.
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Victim Support 9h
Alex is fighting the stigma around male . His partner was the first woman in the UK jailed for coercive and controlling behaviour. If you recognise the signs of abuse and want to talk, call our confidential Supportline: 08 08 16 89 111.
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Mista Chubbz 🇭🇹 (Mr.Price) 15m
Replying to @ayethatsnayy
This is what probably went through everyday!
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Emilie Harris 3h
Watched this and it shows the extent of abuse, including social media, family, children... the list goes on unfortunately. Also shows the importance of professionals who care and save lives!! Great to continue the conversation surrounding
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Sgt Ed Finn 25m
Short video from 'Abused by my Girlfriend' below for those in a rush. telling his amazing story. Full 50 minute documentary is on BBC iPlayer now... Please have a watch.
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💋wildlotusgirl 32m
Replying to @MomJuiceBlog
For REAL. I am a of My court case lasted toooooo long and my was his own lawyer. The case went to where I was interrogated by my abuser. What a circus! Fortunately I won in court.
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uglyduckang 5h
If you tell anyone, there will be consequences.
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Miss Sharron Spice 7m
Alex's partner was the first woman jailed for and controlling in the
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HRN Empowerment Services 13m
How Lorena Bobbitt's Place in the Conversation About Domestic Violence Has Evolved. 24 Hour Crisis Hotline 530-623-HELP
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