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Domestic Violence Nov 16
Domestic abuse is not restricted to just violence. It can be financial emotional sexual or controlling. Those are just a few examples
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Bianca Pearman Nov 16
A participant in Pause Islington has shared her story with over 100 student GPs, as part of their training, to raise their awareness around domestic violence. Pause Islington is very proud of her courage and commitment to improvingservices for all survivors
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S McMullan 1h
I can only assume that whoever ok'ed describing ANYthing as "hard hitting" & meaning it in a positive way is the same person who decided giving him a TV platform was a good idea.
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Sophia Cooke Nov 20
How many victims have had exs speak to friends/family of theirs with concerns for their mental health? Seems v common..
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dottie dot Nov 16
Domestic violence. This is domestic violence. It kills 2 women a week in the UK often after they have left their partner. We all need to start calling this what it really is and stop hiding the problem
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Lochaber&SkyePolice 4h
Over 2 million interactions with our account over past 3 days. Incredible response to our message that's been seen locally and across the world. All feedback really is appreciated. Male or female, if you are suffering there is help out there. for
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Katie Laing Nov 19
Replying to @LochabSkyePol
On behalf of the ... thank u so much!!!! I personally know of one victim who saw this today. This was a genius move on social media x
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CoraBlimey#NHS#SOS Nov 18
Please RT as this may resonate with someone somewhere, whether a victim or abuser and help in some way. TY.
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Leyla Osman Nov 18
Another football club supporting perpetrators of Domestic Violence. What an excellent role model for your young supporters to look up to !
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Sophia Cooke Nov 16
Replying to @sophiacooke
It was heavily implied in the trial that I was too strong (& intelligent) to be a victim of - hence the choice of blog name
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Girl in Grey Nov 20
Met my new commisoning lead today. She was happily telling my bosses how in her previous authority she'd slashed the budget by 30% and closed a refuge. She got a round of applause. has let the shit float to the top
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Sherry Stunns Nov 16
For those that are wondering I am in a safe place until I get on my feet again. I will get back up when able but right now my children need me. can happen to anyone!
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Polly Neate Nov 19
If this is not informed by a strong understanding of it will be a huge step backwards and threaten recent advances in the family courts
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Lochaber&SkyePolice Nov 18
Replying to @scotwomensaid
There is for . Help is out there.
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Sophia Cooke 12h
An academic specialised in just informed me he set reading my blog as homework for his class. I'm v glad it is proving useful
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Barnardo's Scotland 12h
Delighted to see amendments from on behalf of around widening the aggravator in relation to children passed by at Stage 2. Recognition of harm caused to children even when abuse is not directly witnessed.
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Craig Thomler 4h
Minister Dutton says victim who killed her husband to defend herself poses an ‘unacceptable risk’ & must be deported.
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Woman's Trust Nov 18
Women have made their voices heard time and time again, It is time to focus on the perpetrators
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Avril Child Nov 16
Sitting in my car with half my life in here.. scared and thinking have I done the right thing 😭😭
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Sophia Cooke Nov 17
As expected - a fresh and appalling Daily Mail attack on me. At least it raises awareness of my blog.
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