It’s Time To Break The Silence About Domestic Violence
People may ask you why you just don’t leave.
They may ask you how you could love someone that hurts you, intentionally.
You may have no idea where you can go for advice and support.
You may be afraid to leave and afraid to tell someone.
But the truth is that you can be afraid and you can still get help.
The truth is that you are not alone. These free resources are here to help you if you find yourself in an abusive relationship. And there’s also a bunch here for people that just want to understand.
Where You Can Get Help, If You Are Being Abused
The National Domestic Violence Hotline was created to help you understand violence and abuse. There is a way out and the hotline is here to help. Listen here to learn more.
As A Parent, What Do You Do If You Find Out Your Child Has Been Abused?
Director Jay Silverman’s entire world was turned upside down the day that he found out his teenage daughter was abused and raped. Listen and learn all about the steps Jay took to help his daughter and what he did to help himself.
My Stepfather Was A Violent, Alcoholic Drunk. And Somehow I Survived
Growing up with a violent stepfather was not easy but I survived and am sharing my story. Read this powerful essay about surviving abuse, right now.
I Think I Overheard Abuse. What Now?
Abuse comes in all forms sometimes it’s physical, sexual, emotional and even mental. But what do you do when you witness abuse? Who do you tell? This article will help you see that any action is better than no action at all.