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WHAT IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE?
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It was good because the other person listened. It helped to just not to be afraid to talk about it, to make you feel like you’re not crazy — because you can get to a point where that’s exactly how you feel.
Domestic violence is NOT a family matter. It is everyone’s business. It affects us all even if we are not directly abused.
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