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Luke & Ryan Hart Aug 15
The power of is that you don't realise it is coercive control. It can be difficult to identify instances of the abusive behaviour precisely because they blended into normality and you could not understand them as abuse at the time
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Luke & Ryan Hart Aug 14
To understand the aggregated nature of , ask not what the abuser did but what the abused could never do. It isn't the visible traces but the invisible life lost. Coercive control distorts victims and contorts their lives so the abuser needs to do nothing more
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Laura Richards Aug 17
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Samantha Billingham Aug 17
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Samantha Billingham Aug 9
Remember, when the term "" is used it still includes , psychological abuse, sexual abuse and financial abuse. If you are walking on eggshells or frightened of your partner but not being physically hurt, you are still being abused
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Coercive Control Aug 12
In 2015, I started raising awareness of because I was shocked at the apathy I’d encountered from certain police officers. At the time, the Serious Crime Act, 2015 had not been enacted and there was a real possibility that it might be overlooked. In January,
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End Coercive Control Aug 17
It is time to reform New York State domestic violence laws to include The United Kingdom and other countries have legislation to outlaw and
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vickie robertson 13h
Replying to @CoCoAwareness
Please could you share the petition to get the system to also understand and all areas of let’s get all voices heard no matter how small
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Coercive Control 9h
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Samantha Billingham Aug 12
“I just thought it was something to be tolerated and that it was normal. I had been manipulated for so long" 💜
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DASH Risk Model Aug 14
Masterclasses in Stalking Sept 18, DASH Sept 20 and 21, preventing Sept 26 with in London Classes consistently rated ‘Excellent’. To book a place, email jenny@laurarichards.co.uk
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Abuse Talk Aug 15
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24 HR DV&SV HELPLINE Aug 15
Definition of and how you don't see it when in it!
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Leigh Brannon Aug 17
I completely agree with here. If you haven't done training as a therapist, you might not recognise when you see it.
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Clare Walker Consult Aug 18
100% of delegates trained on the coercive control training, said they feel better informed regarding evidencing Coercive Control Book your place now
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DASH Risk Model Aug 10
Masterclass in preventing Sept 26 with London We must LEARN from all the Class consistently rated ‘Excellent’. jenny@laurarichards.co.uk
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L.A.97 Aug 16
How many victims have seen themselves being described as ‘one half of a turbulent relationship’. Perpetrator often cries victim when cornered or fearing exposure.
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Victoria Shacklady Aug 11
I’m absolutely Panic stricken over tonight knowing he’s living in that small area. I’m not cancelling my night I’ve waited ages for.
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Coercive Control Aug 12
Replying to @CCCBuryStEd
shortly after ‘coercive and controlling behaviour in an intimate or family relationship’ was made illegal, several fathers’ rights groups advised fathers to report incidences of contact denial to the police so that the children’s mothers could be arrested for
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Luke & Ryan Hart 13h
is currently leading the Amazon UK Storyteller competition which ends in 2 weeks. Please buy, review on Amazon and share to help raise awareness of and . It would be an amazing platform to highlight DA
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