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SODA created by Multi-Award winner a survivor of domestic abuse, left her own relationship in 2006, set up SODA to be the support she never had💜
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SODA Aug 13
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SODA Aug 12
Please RT: Aftercare shouldn't be an after thought. No one should suffer in silence and no one should survive alone.
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Coercive Control Aug 9
**BREAKING NEWS** Delighted to announce another speaker for Conference on - An amazing day of education & insights. Sponsored by and partnered with and
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Coercive Control Aug 5
Contact on 2019 with ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ and MORE!!! Ticket details coming soon. Save the date!!
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SODA Aug 5
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SODA Jul 29
Our drop in sessions start from 3rd September 10-2 at The Hope Centre, Block 11, Andrew Road, Halesowen B63 4TT. Join us if you can 💜
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SODA Jul 29
Thrilled that was the first Secondary School in the area to let do TEN 20 minute to Year 9 pupils because for all is vital
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SODA Jul 29
Looking forward to going to the male group at next week
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SODA Jul 29
We have a few talks coming up, including one at in September as part of their project. Thrilled that they will be supporting our Bag of Life campagin too
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SODA Jul 29
Please consider liking our open page over on Facebook and help get the conversation started
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SODA Jul 29
An old blog but I am sure you could add a few more answers to this list Why is it so under-reported?
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SODA Jul 29
I don't always speak out because Verbal threats can become reality I'm not believed I'm frightened that my children will be taken away There's no justice There will be no punishement I'll be found
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SODA Jul 29
Not sure if you are in an abusive relationship * Does it feel like you are walking on eggshells? * Is your partner excessively jealous and possessive * Do you feel isolated? * Is your money contolled?
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SODA Jul 29
My dinner wasn't made to perfection You were late You went out You worse your favourite dress I was drunk I was jealous I lost my job I had a bad day You made me do it You spoke to someone of the opposite sex It happens because abusers choose to abuse
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SODA Jul 28
Demolishes lives Overwhelming Men are survivors too Escalating Stalking can be part of the aftermath Technology makes it easy to tract down survivors Isolation is how it stars Control Abuse isn't love Brainwashing Undermining Sexaul abuse Evil
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Samantha Billingham Jul 26
And people still ask, why don't you just leave 2 women in & are killed by a partner or former partner
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Samantha Billingham Jul 26
2 women in & are killed by a partner or former partner. 1 in 6 men will experience at some point during their lifetime. Mr Hankin maintained: “He punched her to the head and face and intentionally strangled her to death.” Key word - intentional.
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Samantha Billingham Jul 24
As I lay in bed one night, I could hear drunken laughter outside, he had brought his ex partner back to the flat. Again. They had sex in the next bedroom. I was heavily pregnant with out child. He brought me a key ring the next day to say sorry
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Samantha Billingham Jul 24
I got back from work one day to find in great big letters on the living room wall one of his ex partners name (we were in the process of decorating), when he saw my reaction he laughed, telling me she only came round for coffee
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Samantha Billingham Jul 24
Whenever he went out he would often go and visit an ex, he relished in delight when I would phone him & she would answer his phone. She laughed like a naughty school girl, he pretended to be angry.
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