From Daniel O Griffin
In addition to being Breast Cancer Month October is also National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. While breast cancer is a very serious issue and one that deserves the amount of attention it gets, let’s not forget that domestic violence is just as serious […]Read More
From Francis Edo Olotu
Different persons have different thresholds for anger depending on a person’s temperament and outlook to life. A person’s background and religious leaning also affect his/her response to provocation. Your ability to manage anger goes a long way in determining how people relate to you […]Read More
From Rosy Anderson
The best time to spot an abuser is while you are dating them as you have been less exposed to the poison of their abuse and you will thus be less emotionally damaged by it. It is also easier to leave a […]Read More
From Ilya Shambat
There has been a widely believed myth that domestic violence is caused by personality disorders. This misperception is a simple result of research into domestic violence not getting a representative sample.
Academic centers are located in areas that are economically well off and socially liberal. The economically […]Read More
From Rosy Anderson
A good relationship is made up of 2 people who navigate life hand- in- hand and subtly influence each other through the issues of life. A controlling and abusive partner on the other hand is one who wants to do ALL the navigating […]Read More
From Kathryn Lee Ryder
Have you ever been the target of a person raging? Not a pleasant experience to say the least!
When I Googled the word “rage” I found definitions such as:
– Violent, explosive anger
– Furious intensity, as of a storm or disease
From Julie H Levine
“…to remain silent and indifferent is the greatest sin of all…”
I’ve been a Soldiers’ Angel for many years now. Unfortunately my volunteer services have been needed for over eight years. Wish they weren’t anymore. I wish we had peace.
The women […]Read More
From Paolo Corti
I have over the years whilst teaching self defense come across various situations whereby I’d been asked to teach women how to successfully defend themselves. It really is a difficult and delicate subject matter to handle. If the […]Read More
From Maria Judy Libardo Nagamos
Are you aware that rape between husband and wife actually happens? Yes! It does exist! But sad to say, these incidents were kept secret between the couple. Violence being committed to spouses has gone unreported all throughout the duration of […]Read More
From Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.
What connects borderlines and abusive relationships? Answer: Boundary issues.
Individuals with a borderline personality disorder have significant issues with attachment. They cling to others…attaching themselves strongly, and then become intensely angry or hostile when they believe they are being wronged. […]Read More