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June 15-21: Social Media Stories On Domestic Violence

I tweet and post on Facebook hoping to give you all valuable information that you can use. The stories tell of domestic violence in the news, leaving and staying in domestic violence, safety planning and ways to get help, books about domestic violence, books to take your mind off domestic violence and health issues of concern […]

Escaping Abuse Is The Best Thing To Do BUT It’s Not Easy

Escaping abuse means turning your life upside down, but the trouble of escaping abuse is well worth it if you know what to expect when you go. Read my new post at titled Escaping Abuse: 5 Things Your Therapist Won’t Tell You

Domestic Violence Response Strategy Saves Lives-Take a Quiz

Fatalities from domestic violence cases in Maryland are down 30% thanks to a simple 16 question checklist and a call to the National Domestic Violence Hotline at the time of the 911 call response. After the officer gives the quiz, she or he calls a number that allows the victim to talk to the National […]

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From Marc to Mom: How You Lie

Lies You say you want to help me with my depression, yet you discourage me to express my emotions. You say I try to control the conversations we have, but you use the phrase to stop me from talking. You do it to Dad as well. You use what I tell you against me, or […]

Kim Cooper on Narcissism

Narcissism. I’m not certain my abusive husband is a narcissist, & I am unqualified to diagnose him on any account. I do know he displays several narcissistic qualities. I like Kim Cooper’s latest post because it gives me tips on how to deal with the narcissistic traits I see. Check out Kim’s post on narcissism.

Advice from My Guardian Angel

Dear God, Where do I go from here? Do I go to work with Mr. F.? Will that help? Should I spend this time at home? My child, you are not alone in your wondering. Many people wonder when to take the next step. Many hearts work for God yet many do not KNOW it. […]

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