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Domestic Violence During the Holiday Season
During November and December, stress runs high in most families. Finances are stretched to buy gifts or to travel to see family members. Seeing those family members we don’t quite get along with or not being able to see relatives and friends can add even more stress to a relationship.
Domestic Violence During Pregnancy
If there is domestic violence in a relationship, the abuse usually continues through pregnancy and sometimes gets worse during the pregnancy.
Domestic Violence Charities
Tax time is one time a year that most of us have a little extra money in our pockets. Have you ever thought about giving just a little to help someone who is less fortunate then you or someone who is trying to start life anew after a rough patch in their life?
Domestic Violence Awareness Month to Change
Currently Domestic Violence Awareness Month is during the month of October. Also in October we have Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There is a campaign going on right now to have the month changed to May.
Domestic Violence Among Senior Citizens
When you think of senior citizens, you may not think there is a domestic violence problem in that age group. The Agency for Health Research and Quality has released study results that state one in four women 65 and older have been physically, sexually or verbally abused by their spouse or partner.
Doctors and Nursing Questioning Abuse
More and more doctors and nurses are asking this question of their patients especiallly in the emergency room.
Do You See What I See? Personal Story
Author Ly Marlow shares her advice for Domestic Violence during the holiday season.
Delaware Resources for Domestic Violence
Resources for the state of Delaware.
Every 2 minutes, date rape occurs in America. What is date rape? How can it be prevented?
Creating a Long Term Plan
“Why does she/he stay if they are being abused?” Is a question often asked by frustrated loved ones when someone is being abused. But I think the most frustrating is “Why does she/he GO BACK?” I was asked that very question when I left my abuser and took him back twice! So why do we go back?
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