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L.A.97 8m
Some victims of DV believe that sleep loss appears trivial and wouldn’t be taken seriously. Especially if one of the tactics is sexual (making victims feel shame.) Sleep deprivation is not trivial but a very real and very damaging aspect of
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Judith Vickress Oct 14
Replying to @David_Challen
it's SO important David you are all doing an amazing job. By talking about so publicly (takes loads of courage btw) so many people can identify their own experiences & . That is HUGE!
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SODA 47m
We have an open page over on Facebook which raises awareness for all and keeps the taboo subject of flowing 💜
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SODA 1h
Good morning all. Remember there is a thin line between care and control, which is why for all is vital
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Tashmia_Owen Oct 11
Been thinking a lot about the white gate keepers present and controlling the field. There are few survivors of colour as it is, and those of us who speak out and do all we can to advocate are kept in check. Too tired today, but will be writing about this very soon.
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Sheila Crabb 44m
Dear as an advocate of victims of do u feel that describing a perpetrator who murdered his ex, her mum & their dog was “desperate” is acceptable reporting by & others? So hurtful & damaging are headlines like this to family
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Cynthia Bond Hopson Oct 12
is an epidemic and it leaves too many innocents fighting for their lives, dignity and families simply because they loved the wrong person.
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Barking and Dagenham 19h
Millions of people are impacted by every single year in the UK, but many of us wouldn't know where to start to help a friend or family member affected. can change this, download the app now for support and advice:
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Barnardos Ireland Oct 11
Watch this insightful video from showing the effect of on children. All children need a safe, secure home free from abuse where they can thrive. The current housing crisis is putting thousands of children at risk.
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Sophia Cooke 16h
A milestone today - 13 months post trial and my counsellor reckons I'm good to stop seeing her! I cannot express how much I have learnt & healed from our sessions. Now to see how I do on my own. Sending vibes & strength to everyone else on their healing journeys 💪
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Mandy Proctor CEO Oct 12
Employers have a big role to play in helping to tackle domestic abuse. In many cases the abuse will continue in the workplace environment.
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Praveen Naidoo 2h
Looking forward to interviewing for our new Domestic Abuse Officer today. 3 keen candidates. Bring your best to the table.
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The Life Liberator, Ruth Driscoll Oct 14
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Penny East 16h
Before he murdered Michelle & Heather - he stalked them, he slashed tyres, he threatened Michelle with 'revenge porn', he threw paint over their cars. Yet the entire article does not mention the words once. Call it what is is.
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Tonie 7h
I pray that you find your safe haven and you and your children thrive. Thank God you got away from the abuse.
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SODA 20m
Creator of SODA is part of the stories 💜
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ForTheLoveOfChildren Oct 14
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CMPD News Oct 14
Take a stand against Domestic Violence! There are countless people, their children, friends, families, and communities impacted by domestic violence. Sgt. Craig Varnum says it takes just one call.
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Zoe Webb 13h
I think there are many death that are misreported
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DCI Stuart Cheek 17h
Really busy weekend for the team. Over 180 new reports of including some really challenging safeguarding issues. Great work by all the team at the weekend who rose to the challenge.
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