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Deadly Affection Part 4

Interview of 3 stories at different stages
 of recovery.

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Chicago Writers Association is talking about Blood Relatives!

If you think that the scariest thing associated with October is Halloween, think again. October marks National Domestic Violence Month--a time to increase awareness of stalking, date rape, and mental and physical abuse in relationships. Read more here.
Giving Props To A New Tribe of Memoirists

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Warning Signs at Work

Moms: Protect Yourself in Court

​Safety Planning With Your Kids

Leaving Without Dying

Will It Happen Again?

​I Have a Bad Feeling About This Guy

​Rebuilding Your Self-Esteem After Abuse
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When the Batterer is a Cop
Domestic Violence in Police Families

Officer Curt Lubiszewski is not an anomaly. Hundreds of women, partners of police officers, are beaten every year. Just this April, Crystal Brame was killed by her estranged husband, the police chief of Tacoma, Washington. Here are some facts on cops as batterers:

Special Problems for Victims

If Your Batterer is a Cop

Even more than other battered women, when you decide to leave or prosecute you need to move strategically and get good advice from the outset.

Contact Purple Berets for "Police Domestic Violence: A Handbook for Victims."

(This information was gathered from the National Center for Women and Policing, Life Span, and Abuse of Power.)

June 2003 

At Texas' only domestic violence shelter for men, victims try to get their lives back

Domestic Violence - Aug 2017 
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April 14, 2020

Courtesy of Laura L. Rogers, Acting Director, Office on Violence Against Women

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