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Tashmia_Owen Nov 15
In keeping with coercive control after leaving an abuser, my ex is asking me to submit details of the children's expenses, and he will hand out payments as and when he deems necessary.
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Coercive Control Nov 15
we have defences that don’t work. Talking about understanding
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Woman's Trust 2h
Another example of how abusers can use technology to control their partners. It's OUTRAGEOUS to market digital stalking as a healthy option to confronting perceived infidelity
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james nicholas 46m
⁦As writer of and for ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩, this was an example of a tragic missed opportunity in a real life case that led to Domestic Homicide.
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Garden Court Nov 16
Thank you to everyone who spoke last night 's SOLD OUT event. The combination of expert lawyers, survivors, & the families of & was very powerful.
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Jennifer O'Connell Nov 17
Humbled by the courage of Priscilla, Aisling and Ainie who shared their stories in the hopes it might encourage one other person to get out of an abusive relationship or just to spot the red flags sooner
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David Challen Nov 14
Please read Emma-Jayne Magson's story ahead of her permission to appeal: 22ND NOVEMBER. Much like my mother's case as well as physical abuse was not made available at original trial + Emma was painted as cold-blooded killer in the media.
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Carol A. Lambert 1h
"[This book ] should be read by everyone ... "
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Pen 4h
Share these questions with a mother, a sister, a friend. Extract from book by Sandra Horley of
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Redacted Nov 15
I'm being messed around by IDVA, whilst police are trying to sort it out; do you know of any other services I can use, alternatively?
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Vivid Ricky 19h
Astonishing story of & , and the impact in which it's devastated this family...I feel for the sons in that case.
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Coercive Control 5h
Replying to @CCCBuryStEd
Professor Stark argues that is a pattern of behaviour that seeks to take away the victim’s liberty or freedom and to strip away their sense of self. It is not just the victim’s bodily integrity which is violated but also their human rights.
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Coercive Control 5h
Replying to @CCCBuryStEd
as significant as actual physical violence and this is why it is important to understand the nature of and how it presents as a pattern of abuse over the course of a relationship.
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Christine Clayfield 9h
Have you found a way to achieve what you wanted in life despite hardships? Get in touch to share your story:
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YOLO 3h
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SODA Nov 19
Today's training by 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men will experience domestic abuse at some point during their lifetime 2 women in England and Wales are killed by a partner or former partner
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Anne Baird Nov 9
Many patients have their medicine changed without consent, discussion or info. They r not informed of their rights /given relevant help
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SODA 22h
77 women were supported through volunteer counselling service; 198 sessions run at during 2017/18
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narcissistabusevictims 2h
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Coercive Control 5h
Conference on Coercive Control LONDON is this Saturday. Here is what you can expect on the day:
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