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Yusra Qazi Jun 18
Data on domestic violence and traumatic injury are sparse because it's so underreported, but patients are the next chapter of brain injury:
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Amy Diehl, PhD Jun 20
The term "domestic violence" doesn't capture the terror of violence and abuse from a partner or family member & conveys the idea that the abuse should be kept private. A better term: "intimate terrorism."
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PC Andy Moore Jun 22
Replying to @allisonpearson
Most calls around DV are from concerned neighbours, the victim rarely makes that call through fear of violence. Be careful by calling them out as they’re the reason we the Police can protect. It’s real.
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GuettaGrip Jun 18
For those of you who don't know me.. Or those that just want to be a little nosy... Here's my story... It's a little long, contains graphic descriptions of and If it's too hard to read, or too long, Just swipe on ❤
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Willow Place Inc. Jun 20
Many "shelters report they have not received funding increases in 10 years or more...They’re essentially doing the same work year after year with less money, because things like rent and taxes and food costs are all increasing”
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G.R.O.W. Foundation Jun 20
National Domestic Violence Hotline had its busiest year ever, with more than half a million calls in 2018 via
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Staying Put UK Jun 21
Extraordinary woman, extraordinary work - for nearly four decades, the photojournalist Donna Ferrato has documented the effects of on abused women and their families.
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Alex Tiffin Jun 22
Telegraph columnist on compared reporting a possible domestic incident next door as acting "like the Stasi". Then she said; the people made the report should be "named and shamed". Not Stasi like at all that.. Playing down too, smooth
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Her Justice Jun 21
According to a US National Library of Medicine report on among survivors, 73% reported staying in an abusive relationship due to concerns about financially supporting themselves or their children. Our Marital Debt Project can help.
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Kumar S Ratan🇮🇳 असुरक्षित पुरुष Jun 16
If any parent slaps child is not violence, but if a husband even disagree with wife is .. Don't u see this a joke of society by the law, isn't this mockery of the family system in India?
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Unsilenced Voices Jun 18
An interesting listen! Rachel Louise Snyder talks about her new book and the shocking stats associated with domestic violence.
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Tanner☼Rene Jun 18
Next song to learn on the piano 🎹♥️ 💪🏻“I can thank you for how strong I have become 'cause you brought the flames and you put me through hell. I had to learn how to fight for myself...I hope you’re somewhere praying. I hope your soul is changing.”
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polly molotov ❤️💙🧡💚💖💜 Jun 22
Domestic violence is violence despite the attempt to make it sound less violent by using the word domestic along side it, violence is violence, it’s still a crime regardless as to the attempt to ‘soften’ the term
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Justice for Women Jun 18
Landmarks in : the case that shone a spotlight on
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KemiFilaniBlog 3m
Lady gets beaten and bruised for rejecting a man’s love
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Taryn Teutsch Jun 16
My father, Mike Rinder choose to hate his children. He is a perpetrator of and and always has been. I stand strong in my fight against . I give a very Happy Father's Day to all of those fathers loving and helping their children!
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Ali's Angels Cleaners #GTTO Jun 22
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My Choices Foundation 34m
Our programs that aim to end and focus on the role that each family member plays in preventing and ending these issues. For more on our programs and how you can get involved, email us at info@mychoicesfoundation.org!
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Madam is absofuckinlutely* LIVID 😡😡 4h
Anyone else watching and the discussion on and the interesting take on the perspective??! Not sure buying into it... Hhmmmm...
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♥️The Chosen One❤ 5h
A film from the Met on why you report possible domestic violence, the consequences of not doing so dont bear thinking about.
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