These are sites with personal stories of survival. An inspiration to anyone trying to get out.
A Song Inspired by Domestic Violence
I recieved the following e-mail from a very nice man about a song he wrote inspired by situations in his life. You can feel the emotion put in it. He was even nice enough to let me provide you with an MP3 of the song.
Alofa Time kills wife then 2 in car accident
The newest horrific story of a domestic violence relationship gone badly involves Alofa Time of Boise, Idaho and his wife Theresa. On June 16, 2006, he was in a car accident. What makes this story so horrific is what was found at the scene.
Chris never showed any signs of abuse while they were married. The marriage became rocky and after trying counseling, Amy wanted a divorce; Chris didn’t.
Athletes and Domestic Violence
I have been stewing about this for days. Athletes who abuse their wives and/or girlfriends. Why isn’t this covered more in the media?
Bruised Woman Blog [offsite link]
A personal story of what she went through with her famous husband.
Calling the Police
You should never be afraid to call the police if you are being abused physically. They could be the one thing that keeps you alive during or after an attack.
Celebrities and Domestic Violence
Yes, even famous people abuse or are the victims of domestic violence. Here is a look at some cases that have made headlines over the years.
Chris Benoit – Domestic Violence or Steroid Side Affects?
Were the murders of Nancy and Daniel Benoit the result of steroid use or an act of family violence?
Chris Brown and Rihanna - My Opinion
I have been trying to steer clear of this subject as an article but I have been emailed, messaged on Yahoo! Messenger, and asked in person what my thoughts and opinions are on this issue.
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.
Do You See What I See? Personal Story
Author Ly Marlow shares her advice for Domestic Violence during the holiday season.
Hollywood Domestic Violence
It seems there is another round of Domestic Violence cases going around in Hollywood again. Does the pressure of being famous cause these incidents?
Jenny’s Law of Ohio
This is a proposed bill in the State of Ohio to make court records of sex offenders who violate anyone under 18 unsealed and open to be viewed by the general public.
Journaling may help someone heal after experience pain and trauma. Here are journals and book about journaling I recommend.
Journey to Magical Places [offsite link]
A wonderufl website by author Hope Fields. Links to great resources and a truly powerful woman!
Learning, Healing, and Hope [offsite link]
A blog of an abuse survivor. Her story is very touching and you can learn from her experience.
Lindsey's Story - An Interview with a Survivor
It is hard for most Domestic Violence survivors to talk about their experience. Lindsey shares her story with us and how she found the courage to leave her famous husband and everything behind to save her life.
Out of the Darkness [offsite link]
Power and Control - One Woman's Story
This is one woman´s story of how her abuser is still trying to control and manipulate her and her child even after no cantact for nearly 5 years.
Self-injury and Self-care
Kelli Deister, former editor of the Deafness section and author of Domestic Violence fiction, shares with us her insight about self-injury and self-care of a survivor of domestic violence.
Signs of a Healthy Relationship
I have written many articles about signs of abuse to be aware of and most other articles seem to have a negative tone to them. I decided this week that we would look at some signs of what a good, healthy relationship should include.
Speaking of Rage - A Personal Story
A personal account of what Angelica went through and a preview of her new book.
Speaking of Rage - Guest Author Angelica Harris
Angelica Harris shares a bit of her personal story of dealing with past abuse, helping her own son, and why she wrote her memoir
You Don't Know - A Poem
A poem submitted by a reader Ruth
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