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Gemma Gouder (nee Watson) 2m
Training this morning with Alpha Vesta CIC in domestic abuse to help recognise the signs in employees. So important that managers have domestic abuse awareness.
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DOMESTIC ABUSE HAS NO GENDER!
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Samantha Billingham 22h
If youre afraid of your partner, thats a big red flag. You may be scared to say what you think, to bring up certain topics, or to say no to sex. No matter the reason, fear has no place in a healthy relationship.
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Samantha Billingham 19h
Emotional abuse is the cause of someone to feel a lack of self-respect or self-worth and can be constant, unrelenting insults and criticisms intended to humiliate and bad-mouth the victim.
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Samantha Billingham 24h
If someone confides in you that theyre suffering listen, and take care not to blame them acknowledge it takes strength to talk to someone about experiencing abuse give them time to talk, but dont push them to talk if they dont want to
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Samantha Billingham 2h
Victims of domestic abuse may show signs of; physical injuries excuses for frequent injuries stress, anxiety or depression absent from work and social occasions personality changes being jumpy or nervous
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Gauri 36m
Walking with such a case right now. It feels as if nothing has changed in the fight. We are all so concerned about the bureaucracy of what is on paper, rather than the physical manifestation of injustice in front of us. Listen to the voice of change!
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Move Through To Thriving Aug 2
A toxic / will not want to address your concerns about her/his behavior, & will deflect, COUNTER, & gaslight your memory of reality. This is emotional warfare; supremely damaging to the victim.
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Fathers4Justice Aug 3
F4J LODGE FORMAL COMPLAINT WITH THE GUARDIAN: They have DENIED a right to reply to TWO articles about our campaign this year. Unlike The Guardian, we deplore ALL forms of domestic violence, including women assaulting men. Matt OC
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Samantha Billingham 24h
The early warning signs aren't always as obvious as you might think. Thats because is about controlling someones mind and emotions as much as hurting their body.
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FLOWS | Finding Legal Options for Women Survivors 20h
"When people make that decision to leave, we just want to be there to help them," What an absolutely brilliant initiative from these survivors Who else LOVES this?
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Move Through To Thriving Jul 31
Toolbox: DYSFUNCTION. Remember: The narc is UNABLE to have a mature, emotionally healthy . It is not possible. The depth of their dysfunction rules everything in their lives.
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Move Through To Thriving Aug 2
Going "No Contact" is what Survivors need to do to reclaim sanity, security, safety, & emotional health. No Contact is not the same as the Silent Treatment. The Silent Treatment is meant to , invalidate, HARM.
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SafeNet Aug 2
If you are in a relationship where you feel unsafe, unhappy and unhealthy, or have ended such a relationship and are still experiencing abuse, we can help. Contact us via phone, 0300 3033 581, email contact@safenet.org.uk or our live chat via our website.
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Samantha Billingham Aug 2
Psychological abuse can include violence or the threat of violence to make their victim fear them. This type of abuse can come in the form of; humiliation & embarrassment, control of what they can and cannot do and social isolation from friends and family members.
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Tara Foley Aug 2
Its been worrying to hear that traffic to sites of charities has increased by 700% during lockdown. If you or someone else you know is a victim of , please know that and that specialist support is there:
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Broxtowe Women Aug 2
Could someone you know be experiencing domestic abuse? Friends, family & neighbours can be a vital lifeline! Listen, believe and signpost to support
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Move Through To Thriving Jul 31
Toolbox: CHARM. There is no way these 'people' could exist in society if they showed who they REALLY are to the world. Instead, they FAKE being a quality person - they are FRAUDS.
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Santulan | Women Empowerment Initiative, Djjs Aug 1
It's sad when u hear out cry of a woman amid argument with her husband. But it's distressing when u intervene & the woman says, 'Stay away. He is my husband, he has the right to beat me.'
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NIDAS 58m
We are so happy to hear about the difference we make to children, young people and their families. Take a look at this post to read some recent feedback!
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