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One Small Voice May 25
My life is mine. I don't have to seek his permission. I don't have to live in fear of his anger. I don't have to justify my choices. I don't have to account for every penny I spend. Be free. Be you. Remind yourself daily 'MY LIFE IS MINE'
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britt mezher May 26
I’ve noticed how people have strange justifications for domestic abuse, still, in this day and age. It’s shocking, disappointing and not from people I would have expected. I’m saddened and I’m ready to cull those enablers from my life altogether.
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Christine Clayfield May 24
"With violence, as with so many other concerns, human nature is the problem, but human nature is also the solution." -Steven Pinker
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CASWA May 22
An important reminder of the many faces of .
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Domestic Violence May 24
Gaslighting IS domestic abuse, its defined as "manipulating someone by psychological means into doubting their own sanity".
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Grace to Graces May 20
An abusive relationship can sometimes be the the first relationship a young person has, and can shape what they deem to be acceptable in a relationship. We need to educate our young people on what a relationship should look like.
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My coParenter May 22
You could never make her weak enough to stay
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Coach Cherie Jordan May 19
Never ever tell your abuser you're leaving them. Develop a safety plan.
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Mike Ogilvie May 26
A girl I have known for nearly 30 years, dropped off the "radar" about 4 years ago, nothing sinister I thought, just doing her own thing & in a new relationship. Today she got in touch. She has gone through horrendous, life threatening
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You,Me,PTSD & My Journey Of Resiliency May 26
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PC Joe Dainton 13h
Went to a domestic incident today and the victim kept apologising for wasting our time. Domestic abuse is not a waste of our time. Please report it and we will always help you! #999
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Mommy Bird 23h
Empowering! I was unaware I was in a relationship until yesterday
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Narcissists are Criminals May 23
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Stella Eden Author May 24
My life didn't get off to a great start but that doesn't mean it has to stay that way. After 18 years of emotional, psychological, physical & economic abuse I found the courage to leave and I wrote my autobiography "The Right To Be Me"
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SODA May 21
Speaking out is not a sign of weakness but a strong statement, saying enough is enough
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Stef Bull May 24
After an amazing time at and a powerful session with and I have concentrated my team time on awareness around and keeping an ear out on calls that may flag warning signs. Just a start, but also looking into training.
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Domestic Violence May 22
We hear so many stories from survivors, its both heart wrenching and inspirational.
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Erin Samuel May 22
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Live Fear Free May 25
Not looking forward to the long bank holiday weekend? If you are experiencing or call the 24/7 helpline on 0808 80 10 800.
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Canterbury District Domestic Abuse Forum May 26
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