Tag Archives: Abuse

Writing on the Wall: WOW Campaign


Writing on the Wall: WOW Campaign   I just read an article about a group of girls who had been raped on a college campus at various times and because the administrators on the campus refused to expel their rapists … Continue reading

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The Churchs Silence On Domestic Violence


Eesley also stated that in her view, people should not be kept in abusive relationships: “When you send a person who is abused back to an abuser, it’s enabling the abuse.” Read more at http://www.prophecynewswatch.com/2014/August01/015.html#MKuYtjKAtRw2zfBe.99 The Churchs Silence On Domestic … Continue reading

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The Churchs Silence On Domestic Violence


But more than half 62 percent have also provided “couples or marriage counseling” to those experiencing domestic violence. Advocates for victims say that is a dangerous practice, especially for women who are victims of abuse. via The Churchs Silence On … Continue reading

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Take the Domestic Violence Quiz!


How bad does it have to get before you say enough is enough? An abusive relationship saps your energy, strips away your dignity and can be physically dangerous to you and your family. If you’re not sure whether your relationship … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence: Parent Abuse


I just experienced a night of Hell at the hands of my 20 year old son, who physically hit me several times and verbally abused me, for leaving their father for domestic abuse!  He believes I should have stayed and … Continue reading

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New Release: Don’t Be Silent – Stop Domestic Violence


Don’t Be Silent: Stop Domestic Violence Authored by Sis. Kimberly M. Hartfield List Price: $4.99 6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm) Black & White on White paper 76 pages ISBN-13: 978-1475246209 (CreateSpace-Assigned) ISBN-10: 147524620X BISAC: Family & Relationships / … Continue reading

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One out of Three Women Experience Domestic Violence


Wherever you live, someone was murdered and silenced by intimate partner violence. One out of every three women around the world has been beaten and abused at least once in her lifetime, and the person who is abusing her is usually an … Continue reading

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When Children Abuse Children


A young two year old toddler was raped in Memphis, but as bad as that is, those who raped her aren’t really at fault. The girl’s attackers were just boys themselves, only 7 and 9 years old. Children this age shouldn’t even know what … Continue reading

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Opening a Transitional Housing Shelter for Abused Women


A variety of programs and services already exist for abused victims to treat and prevent domestic violence. Since 1964, more than 1800 transitional housing shelters for abused women have been established in the United States. Initially designed to simply provide … Continue reading

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Fear Factor: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month


Fear Factor October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month Have you ever had a gun put to your head? Have you ever had your abdomen kicked at when pregnant? Punched in the face? Had your car keys hid? Screamed at, cursed … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective of Domestic Violence


A Christian Perspective of Domestic Violence Most abused women who experience domestic violence, along with their children, are caught up in or have been in a co-dependent cycle of abuse that enables the abuser to continue in the abusive behavior … Continue reading

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A Christian Response to Childhood Sexual Abuse


A Christian Response to Childhood Sexual Abuse ©2005 Kimberly Hartfield, B.S., M.S. Sexual abuse of a child is considered to be any inappropriate exposing of a child to sexual stimuli by anyone who has influence on the child, in order … Continue reading

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Are You SAD?(Sexually Abused Dependant)


Are You SAD? (Sexually Abused Dependant) ©2005 Kimberly Hartfield, B.S., M.S.  Sexual abuse of a child is any thing that exposes a child to any sexual purpose by anyone who has control over the child, without concern for the child’s … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective of the Systemic Outcomes of Sexual Addictions and Childhood Sexual and Physical Abuse – Part 5


    A Christian Perspective of the Systemic Outcomes of Sexual Addictions and Childhood Sexual and Physical Abuse – Part 5 ©2003 Kimberly Hartfield The effects on society from sexual addictions are often devastating to families, and even Christian families … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective on the Crisis of Rape


Silent Screams  Rape is the non-consensual penetration of the vagina, anus, or mouth by the penis or any other object the perpetrator chooses to use.  Rape is an act of sexual violence that is primarily about anger, revenge, and control … Continue reading

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