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City Road Therapy Jun 13
Domestic abuse victims are more likely to suffer mental illness, the latest research has found.
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Buttle UK 12h
victims in the UK are three times more likely to develop issues, new research from suggests:
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Truth Razor Jun 11
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Home Office Jun 11
Men can - and do - suffer from and . We’re determined to bring these crimes to light and support victims. Read more:
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David Challen Jun 12
I’d really be interested to speak to any medical practitioners/forensic psychologists who have either worked for or been approached by the CPS to do clinical reports in cases relating to domestic violence. I’m doing some research 📚📖📝 Please RT! DM’s open.
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Bedfordshire Police Jun 11
Men can be victims of too. There's no excuse for abuse, and help and support is available.
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Domestic Violence Assist Jun 11
Domestic abuse is not gender related, in the first 5 months of 2019 86% of referrals we received were female with 14% male.
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Carly Matthews 1h
Domestic violence is not only physical, it’s mental, isolation, manipulation too
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Iqbal Wahhab Jun 7
Our responsibilities as employers to tackle Me today in
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Home Office Jun 10
Anyone can be a victim of abuse, regardless of their gender or sexual orientation. If you’re a man who needs confidential advice and support, contact the Men’s Advice Line on: 0808 801 0327
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Sunsong (nasty woman) Jun 10
"It turns out that strangulation (the act of choking someone) is a very reliable red flag for domestic homicide, much more so than a slap or a kick. Take note, police officers. Take note, clinics..."
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Ana Fabregas 8h
Quick, how can you tell that decision-makers trying to protect survivors have clearly never consulted any? Nottinghamshire Police offers abuse victims blunt knives.
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📢 #1 Viral Exposure 📢 1m
🎯 Divorce and Escape Domestic Abuse 🎯 Domestic violence, divorce, domestic abuse, Escape my abuser ⬇️ SUPPORT ⬇️
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mama bear 7h
This lil' calico is so lucky to have survived our situation. Leaving our pets was so hard, but we had to. Blessed that friends took in our 2 cats for us. I fear he would have killed/dumped them. She is my shy girl, so happy to have my pal back.
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💎Krystal💎 5h
3 looking up at me in thought: 🤔"Mommy?" Me: yes, baby? 😊 3: 🤔🤔"Mommy....you're not a fucking cow. I love you" Me outwardly:😚 awww thanks baby. I love you too Internally: 🤬😱😭😡
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Sharon O'Halloran 17h
Another woman murdered in her home, can we have our leaders condemn this violence publicly please
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HDAH 4h
So here’s that lovely cheque from ! Looking forward to implementing our new telephone system and helping even more victims of
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Mrs Murray 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jun 6
Women are 70 times more likely to be killed in the weeks after leaving their abusive partner than at any other time during the relationship. Think about that next time you believe “why didn’t you just leave?” is a valid question.
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Lily Bell 6h
"She must have provoked him into being abusive. They both have to change"
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Solace Women's Aid Jun 12
This initiative although well intentioned does not address the core issues of . If an abuser wants to hurt you, they will and methods used are not always physical. Funds would be better spent on early intervention and support for the survivor
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