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Clare Murphy PhD May 18
Psychiatrists not recognising domestic violence cases study finds [......and I add that psychologists, counsellors, social workers, mental health workers also are NOT trained in ..... ]
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Coercive Control Collective May 9
Dr. Evan Stark: "The aim of emotional abuse is to hurt someone’s feelings so badly that they feel ashamed of themselves, & the aim of [physical] domestic violence is to ...make them afraid to resist in that situation, but the aim of ...is total domination"
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SvivingEconomicAbuse May 21
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thisgirlcan 10h
Got a woman in Whitby that needs help with the children. No legal help at her whits end. Child begging no contact but nobody listening in family court need support. Can anyone help direct her to someone
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David Challen May 17
Another reason why a DV register is needed. Victims need protecting from repeat offenders. 'Appleyard had already been handed restraining orders against two ex-girlfriends, who both contacted Kate after the hearing.'
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Carrie Mar 27
You'll find these 'charismatic and charming' people have narcissistic personality disorder. And it's not just partners affected. Children are in danger of from parents. Who then seek out a partner who does exactly the same 🙁
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thisgirlcan May 17
A HUGE well done to my son who completed his SATs today. As a family we are going through a lot of stress and he held it together with lots of support. He’s a Victim too
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Emma Casson May 16
I’ve just found out that I am a finalist in the with my documentary series on and - ‘It’s Not Your Fault’! I’m so happy right now!
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Nat Dec 15
Well done Min raising awareness on and lack of prosecutions
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Anna Hall Mar 7
has been nominated for Best Documentary series!!! Well done to all our amazingly brave families who have taken part to help other people understand the complexities of . Thank you to the skill
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National Domestic Violence Hotline May 18
"Jeff seemed jealous of the time I spent with everyone, including my children. He grilled me about the calls & texts ... Jeff was not physically violent, but sometimes he’d clench his fists in anger & berate me until I wept."
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John Trott Apr 18
Finished 3 days of enjoyable training to a number of officers & staff. Feedback from an experienced Public Protection D/Sgt; One of the best days training in 14 years." Validates the excellent, vital programme.
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John Trott Feb 23
Feedback from a evaluation form "Best Training Ever Received in nearly 14 yrs of policing" It shows just how good training package is and why ALL police officers and staff should complete this vital training
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Dr Jay Watts Feb 2
First ever UK conviction for based on second-testimony (so the woman in question didn’t need to testify) AND news Scotland is to pass a groundbreaking new domestic abuse law, both today. Excellent.
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Andrea Ley Feb 13
I am still looking for victims of domestic abuse to complete my online survey. If as a man you have been affected by domestic abuse please could you complete this survey Please retweet
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South Gloucestershire Safeguarding Adults Board May 17
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Stella Eden Author Apr 8
Fear, isolation and sleep deprivation. Coercive control- the abuser got me into debt. And continued the financial abuse after I escaped. I struggled to pay my rent and nearly ended up bankrupt as a result..
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Family Law Support Services 1h
Follow us back, we have copied you into some tweets re cases we are involved with.
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Coercive Control Collective May 14
Dr. Lisa Aronson Fontes on perspecticide & : "Victims' own viewpoints, desires, & opinions may fade as they are overwhelmed by the abusers'. ...This is called perspecticide—the abuse-related incapacity to know what you know."
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ManKindInitiative Mar 27
Any mother, daughter, sister, female friend who is worried about their son, brother, father or male friend who is a victim of , please feel to contact us - many do call us and we are to help you help them
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