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Rise Up Dec 12
Did you know that there are 13 forms of domestic violence? Are you aware of all of them? Take a look at the infographic below for more information.
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McKenzie Friends Dec 16
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Police Scotland Dec 11
Replying to @policescotland
is a serious crime. Anything you say or do will be used against you.
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Samantha Billingham Dec 16
Replying to @PCAdamPace
Just imagine, before you arrived at the address, the control, fear, manipulation and verbal abuse endured and when you got there the brainwashing behavior left the victim thinking, they won't believe me anyway. The power of
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Dr. Anne Brown 38m
5 Signs You Are in an Abusive Marriage! Check out
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Michéle ☃️🎄🎅 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Dec 14
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Charlotte Kneer Dec 14
After nearly 10 years of running a refuge it never gets any easier seeing a family when they first arrive. Their haunted looks sear your soul. We console ourselves that in 6 months time they'll leave with joy on their faces.
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Charlotte Johnston RN Dec 17
Had to pop into a court this AM.... Full blown panic: vomiting, hyperventilating, couldn’t even think. The last time I was in a court was against my ex partner as a witness, I re-lived every single emotion from that day again this morning. Wasn’t expecting that.
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Mackie Krawcheck M. 5h
HALF of ALL female homicides are the direct result of Domestic Violence. Please support Thrive SC this holiday season!
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Delphi Ellis ✨ 15h
A woman is at higher risk of domestic abuse during the festive period. If you or someone you know may be affected, take a look at websites like >> or call the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247.
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Samantha Billingham Dec 16
It's good to see how far we have come 😍😍 I am a survivor of and the creator of SODA because I wanted to be the support I never had! Little did I know I would become an Ambassador for AND write a column for 😘
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Home-Start Shepway Dec 14
This week the Butterflies Support Group has been busy creating wonderful Christmas crafts! For more information about the group and how to join, please see . Supported by the Foundation and the Local Community Fund.
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SODA Dec 17
Listen to answer the question, if you had the chance to talk to the person who abused you, would you want to and what would you say. A great question asked by Year 1 BA HONS Journalism Student Harry Stallwood
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Sammysue♥️♥️ Dec 16
Ok I need help I’m going through divorce after 18 years of abuse, physically, mentally, emotionally I have two sons with him ages 14 and twelve who he has abused now he’s trying to have them live with him and they don’t want to I can’t afford an attorney I need sos
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Carrie Munky 4h
As a DV survivor I am coming out the other side slowly but surely. I have a great group of people around me that I would trust with my life. The light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter with each passing day.
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Alice’s Nightmare, DNP 24h
Karma is realizing ex works in automotive management, fired in Oct and next week is Christmas. Good luck with securing a job in the next 6 months. Coulda locked up your next (con) job before all those lay offs were announced rather than tormenting me.
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Katherine Clark Dec 12
NEWS: The is headed to the President's desk! We're one step closer to ensuring that survivors of don’t have to make the decision btw finding safety and staying in a violent situation to protect their pet. Everyone deserves a safe place to call home.
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Ultamodan Dec 12
Ultamodan proudly sponsors PDVG! 5% of profits go to help this amazing charity, who work tirelessly to reduce the impact of domestic violence. Follow them on Twitter to check out the amazing work they do!
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Staying Put UK Dec 17
Excellent article by the looking at how can affect victims of - shocking how women are being put at risk:
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LeicesterCity Police 6h
Attended an event this morning looking at how we as a force can support our staff's wellbeing when they are victims/perpetrators of domestic abuse.Some really important work going on&proud to be part of it
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