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The 313 Live Show 12h
I’m working on a show dealing with domestic violence and I want to include some call in guest to join the show. I’m looking all victims or family members of those who were or are
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I_survived_DV_you_can_too Mar 16
is a special kind of hell. It’s easy to feel guilty/embarrassed/regretful etc. But no matter what you did or didn’t do, no matter whether you got out or are still battling this you did exactly what you needed to to survive and you are a hero
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Rhiannon Ford Mar 23
Linah Keza’s murder was a story foretold. Its lessons for how we treat remain unlearned…
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Dennis Akagha Mar 18
My dear ladies..."look at this divorcee" is far better than "look at her grave". Leave that abusive marriage NOW because you cannot train your kids when you are dead. RT to show how much you care. She might be on your TL
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Heather Douglas Mar 23
Interesting piece by Charlotte Bishop on the psychology of coercive control and how it remains a legal battlefield via
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THRIVE SAVES LIVES Mar 22
Domestic abusers and stalkers should sign national register like sex offenders, commons report says
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Kimary Rivera Mar 19
is real and scary. Never in a million years I would of thought it could happen to me but it did and I survived because I fought for my twins hard and when I was free I was able to be me again! I still have panic attacks I still get scare even when
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Dr. Shoshana Grossbard Mar 21
it is hard to change social norms! In rural Cameroun most women legitimize DV in case the wife neglects children
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nwfamilylife 22h
Feminist authors attribute a patriarchal interpretation of the scriptures in particular as supporting violent and abusive treatment of women. Check our affordable online courses offering a to at
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Sara Mar 19
Stop blaming the victim for the effect the abuse had on her.
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National Domestic Violence Hotline Mar 15
We’re here to help. Whenever you’re ready.
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julietasalgado 7h
Texts I don’t feel I can sent to anyone at 3 am: I keep stepping into situations & making it worse for the person being aggravated 💔 I can’t not try to stop someone from hitting a woman but things escalate & devolve in the same way every single time:
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Wanae Glasco Mar 22
Replying to @ToyaBK79
If she has family & he's out of jail, he better leave town!! Just saying!
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Catherine Raffaele Mar 21
This really isn’t good enough. When will we take seriously rather than just trying to palm it off as some else’s problem?
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Littleric4 5h
Don’t you hate when your neighbors are a domestic violent couple and have been fighting since October.
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Rexburg Family Crisis Center 10h
These 8 factors indicate an unhealthy relationship & could lead to an unsafe situation. These relationships are not limited to physical violence & rarely begin that way. Do you recognize 3 or more of these behaviors in your partner? Reach out – get help.
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basickindness 23h
nycshoeboxproject with get_repost ・・・ Many of the women receiving Shoeboxes are escaping years of domestic violence. They are rushing into the arms of a shelter…
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The Anchor Fund 30m
The new movement encourages survivors to share their personal accounts of domestic abuse or a fact about domestic abuse that compels them to act, and post them on social media using the hashtag.
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Leif Rask 3h
Replying to @lsrask
The fine paid should be given to Australian organisations fighting domestic violence.
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robert d williams Mar 18
It takes a strong person to pretend everything is alright when its not & a stronger person to admit its all gone to hell and ask for help. Everyday is awareness. If you or someone you know is experiencing The Cycle of Violence, please seek
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