Domestic Violence Articles

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Domestic violence is commonly associated with spousal abuse, but it can apply to anyone in your household. Not only that, but you don’t need to lay a finger on someone in order to be violent with them. Domestic violence ruins relationships and can end up in disaster if not checked. It’s a silent crime, with many cases going unreported due to their private nature. You’ll find articles talking about what domestic violence means, why survivors don’t just leave their abusers, and what you can do if you’re experiencing domestic violence. Just know that it isn’t your fault. It’s your abuser who needs the help and you who needs the support.

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