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Domestic Violence

April 27 2007 Domestic Violence Newsletter

Greetings Everyone! Spring is in full force and I am soooo glad it is here. I hope everyone is doing great. I wanted to thank everyone who has been sending me email feedback about my recent articles concerning date rape drugs. If you missed those series of articles, I will provide the links in the below section.

If you visit the site soon, you will notice I have changed my last name. This is because next Saturday, May 5th, I will be getting married to Chuck finally! I went ahead and changed my name on the site so I don't forget. The past few months have been crazy. I started a new job at the beginning of February after being a stay at home mom for a year, planning the wedding, Wesley started playing soccer, and Aubrey started preschool. Chuck and I are still taking college classes on top of all of that too! So life, to me, is good!


Here's the latest article from the Domestic Violence site at

Date Rape
Every 2 minutes, date rape occurs in America. What is date rape? How can it be prevented? I really encourage parents of teens to share this article with there children!

Here are the links to the date rape drug articles:

GHB (gamma hydroxybutyric acid)


Ketamine (ketamine hydrochloride)


Please visit for even more great content about Domestic Violence.

To participate in free, fun online discussions, this site has a community forum all about Domestic Violence located here -

We gave some great discussion going on right now. Whether you are a man or a woman, I would love to see you there and talk to you!



Here are some articles from fellow editors that may interest you!

Speaking of my pending wedding, Kristen Houghton, BellaOnline's Marriage Editor posted an article today entitled "Are you ready for marriage?"

Sunniej Jackson, BellaOnline's Child Loss Editor, has posted a very informative article about Lupus.
Lupus Affects Mostly Women in their Prime Child Bearing Years

Ever wonder what a typical day is like for someone that works from home? Deborah Crawford, our Business Coach Editor, let's us peek at her day!

Working From Home - A Day in the Life


Until next time, be safe, be well!

Jeanette Stingley, Domestic Violence Editor

P.S. I am the new Buddhism editor too!!

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