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All too often we feel like we are outcast or isolated because the people around us cannot identify with the depth of our feelings. This isolation can distract from us dealing with our challenges as we pretend that everything is ‘normal’.
Domestic Abuse is something that can happen to anyone, at anytime and appears in many different forms. It’s not dictated by social class or education, race, age or sex. It’s something that affects both men and women, and can have devastating consequences for any children that live within an abusive household.
This video support program explains how DV can develop within relationships, how it takes hold of you and why you can find it so hard to leave. Insights are given that would benefit both the victims and their family and friends.
Sammie talks openly about her 10 year abusive marriage, rape and violence, she shares her story and how she broke free, giving the viewer hope and the practical steps that will get them to safety and freedom.
Videos in the Domestic Violence Support Series:
Packed with practical advice and personal insights, this programme is aimed at anyone who is dealing with the effects of Domestic Abuse. Whether you’re affected personally or want to understand what a loved one is going through, Sammie aims to hold your hand and gently help you through to the other side of Domestic Abuse
2 The Domestic Abuse Journey
This section shows you how easy it is to get yourself caught in an abusive relationship and the subtleness of the start of Domestic Abuse.
3 Patterns of Abuse
Here we outline the ways in which Domestic Abuse forms a pattern of behaviour and how to recognise the signs.
With clarity and kindness Sammie helps to identify how simple and understandable it is to be confused when living with Domestic Abuse.
5 Friends, Family and Children
This part delicately suggests ways in which those closest to us might be feeling, behaving and reacting to Domestic Abuse and what you can do about it.
6 Why Don’t You Leave?
Here we tackle head on the most obvious and frequently asked question. With blunt honesty Sammie looks at your feelings and fears around the possibility of leaving your abusive partner.
7 The Beginning of the End.
Because Domestic Abuse relationships always end badly, Sammie shares her experience and offers guidance and hope so that you can start to believe that there will be life after Domestic Abuse.
This App also includes social media support and a chat messenger for engagement & support with others.
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