domestic violence awareness month

After all these years, I still often look back and wonder why it took me so long to realise that something wasn't right. I
Being in an abusive relationship is like being outside and alone in a hurricane. The insults, criticism and threats weather you over time. Your worst fears and memories used against you, leaving you feeling raw and exposed. You're exhausted from all the fighting and chaos, but you just have to keep dodging obstacles.
If we continue to focus on gestures rather than real and tangible results, the Domestic Abuse pandemic will worsen. More women will be killed. More children will suffer. Do something meaningful today.
I used to wonder if I would ever have a life. In fact I wondered this every day for the five long, lonely years that I lived in a domestic abusive relationship. In the end I didn't care because I was so numb, but here I am now and I want to share with you a snippet of my story.
Raising a question that is rarely addressed... A woman was raised in a dysfunctional family. When she was a baby, she was
Veterinarians and women's shelters can make it easier for abused women to decide to leave their homes, particularly when