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marie skou Jul 15
In case you were wondering, women are afraid to report violence, because they know exactly how the abuser will retaliate against them He told them.
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marie skou Jul 16
I'll say it a million times stop . Women are not responsible for men's actions men are.
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marie skou Jul 17
In case you were wondering, and sexual assault can happen to anyone, regardless of race, gender, religion or social status. It never was or ever will be your fault. The shame and blame belongs to the abuser.
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HealingFromNarcAbuse Jul 18
Question to survivors: do you consider yourself a victim/survivor of if you suffered from ? I do think it falls under DV (depending on who the narc is), but it’s very complex.
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marie skou Jul 20
Everybody has a choice. Women living in violent relationships, in a state of constant fear, don't see this luxury of choice, if staying means total submission, and leaving could get them killed. When you have no power, choice is an illusion.
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MISTRESS DE MORTE Jul 15
Ex-boyfriend broke into my home and safe place and beat me in front of my family despite my efforts to fight back. is a problem and happens to everyone. I'm a strong woman, but this has proven to be too much.
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BrokenMen Jul 16
The scars you can't see are the hardest to heal.
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marie skou Jul 21
You can't tell a woman to report violence unless you're also willing to believe her.
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HealingFromNarcAbuse Jul 18
I’m sitting in the court parking lot. Im about to try and push for more justice for survivors of . I have a plan ready to go to explain to the prosecutor asking him to let me take the stand and not settle. Put me in coach👏🏼
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MAEVe Jul 16
A Future Without Violence: New Australian Human Rights Commission report released on the experienced by people living with a disability.
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National Domestic Violence Hotline Jul 17
"Domestic Violence's Overlooked Damage: Concussion And Brain Injury" from discusses what neurologist Glynnis Zieman is doing for survivors of when they visit her clinic for traumatic brain injury:
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Hard to Tell Jul 17
We would like to interview men who have experience of female perpetrated intimate partner violence. If you think you could help please get in touch
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Lily Bell Jul 18
A couple years ago, I picked up a book about at in Portland, OR and found this treasure inside🌹Today I'm sharing it with YOU 💗
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Babalicious Babs'BlueWave #Resist #TrumpKnew 16h
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Chanchal Singh Jul 21
A Man Should Never Disrespect The Mother Of His Child. No Matter How Mad You Are, Always Remember, She's Doing Whatever She Can To Provide,Protect,Love And Feed Your Child Like No One Else Will. ✋
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Jade Levell Jul 17
I am looking for men who have experienced in childhood and have been involved with groups//on road. I would like to carry out interviews, where men bring 3 music tracks to help them tell parts of their life story. £8 per hour as thanks. DM me
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Nyamekye Daniel Jul 21
members are encouraging drivers to blow their horns against on Northwest 79th Street and 22 Avenue.
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DV Awareness UK 6h
Good to see dealing with this issue but why are you sending men to NDVH which is made up of organisations that deny that women can be abusive and treat all men (esp those who seek support) as potential perpetrators? Needs suitable signposting
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Dale Driscoll #CreateTheRegistry Jul 16
Beware Know who they are BEFORE you get involved.
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Emily Braveheart 💪🏻❤️ Jul 20
That moment when your anxiety attack is so bad your hands and face go numb. I wish could be here to help me concentrate on breathing because I’m currently failing miserably. 😢
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