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Avon helps with Domestic Violence Awareness
Avon is raising money to help in the fight against Domestic Violence. The Avon foundation helps educate people through education and awareness items that are given to their representatives and through donations to education services and places that offer help to victims and survivors.

Life After Abuse
When you finally get away from your abuser, what will life be like? Maybe you were abused for years and canít remember what it was like to NOT be abused! Recovery and healing after the relationship is over can be as scary as the relationship was.

Doctors and Nursing Questioning Abuse
More and more doctors and nurses are asking this question of their patients especiallly in the emergency room.

Athletes and Domestic Violence
I have been stewing about this for days. Athletes who abuse their wives and/or girlfriends. Why isnít this covered more in the media?

What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic Violence is usually defined as an abuse that occurs between husband/wife, boyfriend/girlfriend relationships. It is violence or abuse in an intimate/close relationship.

Covering Your Internet Tracks
For many victims of Domestic Violence, our only way of finding help to get out of the relationship is to do research on the internet before making phone calls. Here are some tips for hiding your internet activity from your abuser.

The Cycle of Abuse
If you are in or have been in a domestic violence relationship you may notice after time incidents of violence or abuse follow a cycle or pattern. In this article we will look at the typical cycle of abuse

4 More Common Myths about Domestic Violence
This is a continuation from last weeks discussion about myths of domestic violence

4 Common Myths about Domestic Violence
In this article, we will look at four common myths about Domestic Violence, both about the abuser and his/her victim. These are ones I hear all the time.

Woman Submit! Christians and Domestic Violence Book Review
Finally someone has told the truth of the still primitive attitude towards abused Christian women, their struggle to live and how God and Jesus are still there despite the hell on Earth you may be experiencing.

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