January 29, 2018

Like so many other victims of domestic violence, Rachel felt stuck. She loved her husband and truly enjoyed taking care of her family. But this was overshadowed by his controlling behavior and the violence she faced each day. She and her children were living in fear. B...

November 9, 2017

When survivors stay with their abusers beyond the first clear episode of violence, they are often blamed for both the violence and its continuance.

But staying where there has been abuse does not signify consent or permission for the abuse.

Attempting to leave an abusive...

May 25, 2017

 “Most of my family and friends tried to talk me out of marrying him,” Tracy’s story begins. “But I was young and thought I was in love.”

They moved a few towns away and it wasn’t long before her new husband took control of her life, insisting that she dress a certain w...

March 31, 2017

Many victims of domestic violence feel trapped in their relationships. Often there is abuse, but even when abuse isn’t physical or visible, relationships can be so controlling -- emotionally, socially and financially --  that it feels impossible to leave and unhealthy...

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