Ok so this may not be to everyone's fortay but i think it is something important that many women miss or make excuses for, therefor it is important for all women to know. (They really should teach us at school, they do sex education so they should this!! Maybe i will go around doing class's?). Domestic violence is still very quiet and avoided being discussed in today's society, Yet in The UK a woman is killed by a violent partner every 3 days. There are reports of 60,000 cases each year in the united kingdom, and they are just the reported cases. There are double the amount never reported. So nobody really knows the correct statistics. As discussed in a very personal post here i have been victim of domestic violence most of my life, though i do not like to call myself a victim as i am a survivor. I have overcome it and it took me years to see the pattern i was repeating.You might be wondering how i have learned to see the signs early on now? Well i have done a course twice now called the Freedom Programme. It is a programme for women who have been victim of domestic violence. Created by Pat Craven. The first time i went to the course was in 2010 and i was not ready, then in 2011 i went back and found i paid more attention though some subjects were harder to deal with than others. 

Advice | How to Spot The Early Signs Of Domestic Violence


Ok so this may not be to everyone's fortay but i think it is something important that many women miss or make excuses for, therefor it is important for all women to know. (They really should teach us at school, they do sex education so they should this!! Maybe i will go around doing class's?). Domestic violence is still very quiet and avoided being discussed in today's society, Yet in The UK a woman is killed by a violent partner every 3 days. There are reports of 60,000 cases each year in the united kingdom, and they are just the reported cases. There are double the amount never reported. So nobody really knows the correct statistics. As discussed in a very personal post here i have been victim of domestic violence most of my life, though i do not like to call myself a victim as i am a survivor. I have overcome it and it took me years to see the pattern i was repeating.You might be wondering how i have learned to see the signs early on now? Well i have done a course twice now called the Freedom Programme. It is a programme for women who have been victim of domestic violence. Created by Pat Craven. The first time i went to the course was in 2010 and i was not ready, then in 2011 i went back and found i paid more attention though some subjects were harder to deal with than others. 

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