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Samantha Billingham 37m
Not all signs of domestic abuse are physical or visible. It's about power and control, manipulation, fear and intimidation. It's about someone telling you they love you but their actions telling you they want to kill you
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Coercive Control & Recovering From Trauma Oct 25
Victims are ALWAYS expected to acquiesce so much more than perpetrators. It starts in the relationship, when they give way to the abuser but it also continues after leaving the relationship. When are we going to acknowledge this? THREAD
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Robert S Wells 52m
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Dr Charlotte Proudman 20h
This father was a serial perpetrator yet he was seen fit to care for a baby whom he later murdered. Mistakes made by police & other agencies probably contributed to the death of a baby who was killed by his violent father, an inquest ruled.
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Charlotte Budd Oct 18
Domestic abuse prosecutions have fallen by 24% 2019/2020
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MTV India 37m
Let this game be over for it’s time we stop covering up domestic abuse. Report it now.
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Samantha Billingham Oct 17
1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men will experience domestic abuse at some point during their lifetime Someone needs to hear this today...
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Derecho Black 12h
The shouting & threats may cease for a while But the fear remains We're not crazy We're scared
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Gulf Today 42m
A 5-km-long artwork by Iraqi visual artist, Tara Abdallah, pays homage to Kurd women who are survivors of domestic abuse
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Mens Rights Activist_🇮🇳(BHARATH) Oct 24
Stop domestic violence against men
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Nicki Norman Oct 25
The reality of escaping and trying to make a new life for yourself and your children in 2020. Shameful
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Safe Haven AU Oct 21
You can do something to directly to help a woman escape Register your spare room and be part of The National Register of Temporary Crisis Accommodation. Rooms in all states needed. Can you help? Please Share
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emma storey Oct 22
Really looking forward to joining this event to expand my thinking on how we provide the best housing solutions for victims of
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Charlotte Kneer Oct 23
We run 3 refuges. EVERY room is full EVERY day with women and children fleeing . I want the day to come where the rooms are empty and every woman who wants a space can get one.
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Derecho Black 16h
We don't celebrate women for being non violent towards men. We shouldn't celebrate men for being non violent towards women either...We should expect non violence.
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Samantha Billingham Oct 21
"Oh but I'm not a victim because my partner doesn't hit me" is something I've heard a lot Domestic abuse is a pattern of incidents of coercive controlling or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse It is more than a bruise
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Mens Rights Activist_🇮🇳(BHARATH) Oct 24
Stop misuse of laws. Stop supporting gender biased laws..
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FamilyLawandMediation 21m
Your partner has subjected you to systematic abuse. You want to bring it to the attention of the court, but you fear that the court will not believe you...
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Liz Ward Oct 25
So impressed with the message on the bottom of my ⁦⁩ receipt.
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Anuj Gupta Oct 24
On Men is Ignored in India. It is accepted world wide that is always Bi-Directional. Will Indian Law ever realize this?
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