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Joyful Heart Nov 28
During , it’s critical that we learn more about intimate partner violence, its red flags, and how to support survivors.
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Senator Mark Wall Nov 24
Covid 19 has created so many more domestic monsters. We must ensure that the organisations who help people in crisis are adequately funded to cover this worrying increase in calls for help. My recent speech in the Seanad👇
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DMUWomen Nov 24
So proud of our speaker Leisa Nicols-Drew on her first publication and vital work on preventing knife crime
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Donna Bentley MBE Nov 24
Well done and team for raising much needed awareness on male domestic abuse. Domestic abuse is not gender specific, we need to ensure support, advice and guidance is fully inclusive.
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Domestic Violence Services Network, Inc. (DVSN) Nov 27
Check out DVSN's September blog post about of and more info on how best to help a loved one:
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Serene Harbor Nov 23
If you need help, please call or text our 24/7 confidential hotline at 321-726-8282
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Eleanor Mayhew-Hills Nov 22
Just over a year ago my ex-partner attacked me (heavily pregnant), my son (then aged 2) and my home. Today, I have finally saved enough money to replace the window he smashed, just in time to keep the house warmer for winter.
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Brittany Nov 24
Although I felt shattered, I escaped from Broken
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ODVSS Nov 21
We have to change our thinking from nice guys can't be perpetrators of domestic violence. The more successful the perpetrator the more sophisticated the abuse, the less likely we believe her.
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Sara-Louise Ackrill Nov 25
So I finished as a survivor last night and I’m preparing to run a recovery group here in through 2021. Any hints, tips, contributions? I want to do this justice. I have the greatest respect for people in this situation.
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Kelly Tattersall Nov 25
Sadly my life started surrounded by My mum suffered at the hands of my sperm donor, who doesnt deserve the father title & plays no part in my life The man I call my Dad is a true man, showing my mum & me real love 💕 Reach out if you need help Please watch
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Cate Field Nov 28
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Circles of Life Women Together Nov 26
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Mark Speakman #PractiseSocialDistancing Nov 24
Daniel’s story: senseless loss; courageous resilience... 👇
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NorwayCoE Nov 25
The Istanbul Convention on preventing and combating and is crucial for international efforts in eliminating violence against women. 🇳🇴 encourages more states to ratify the
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GCU Nursing Society 💙 Nov 28
68% of people who endure suffer clinical depression and 1/3 of these people present with PTSD.
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sharon Nov 23
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barringtonseo Nov 25
I'm supporting and making the promise to never commit, excuse or stay silent about against woman and girls. This cause is extremely close to my heart and I'm humbled to see so many staff take the pledge too.
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Jennie Moore Nov 22
A purple heart ornament in honor of my BFF Lori, that we lost 5 yrs ago to domestic violence at the hands of a coward. She is always on my mind and in my 💜. I love & miss her so much every day.
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Helpmate Nov 23
There is still time to support Helpmate and Second Gear at the same time! Through November, Second Gear has partnered with us to donate 1% of sales to support survivors of . Thank you, Second Gear!
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