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On January 4, The Hotline was honored with a visit from sportscaster James Brown, host of CBS Network’s “The NFL Today” and representatives of The Verizon Foundation is support of his A Man Can campaign.
Today we celebrate our 16 year anniversary. We are thankful that we have been able to help victims of domestic violence for the past decade and a half.
Even in healthy relationships, sharing passwords is risky. When we choose to share a password with our partner, we give up a large amount of privacy.
In response to the high rates of domestic violence around the nation, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) have called on their members to perform routine exams of their patients for signs of abuse.
We at the hotline do not encourage anyone in an abusive relationship to seek counseling with their partner. Abuse is not a relationship problem.
This has been a big year for The Hotline. We want to thank every caller who reached out and every friend or stranger who helped them overcome domestic violence, one step at a time.
On tonight’s episode “Tempest in a Tea Party,” a heated discussion amongst the wives about loyalty and friendship turned into an unexpected intervention for Taylor Armstrong about her marriage.
“Living with a man like my ex-husband is like having a gun pointed at your head every single day, and you just don’t know when the gun is going to go off.” Read Francesca’s story.
The Hotline President Katie Ray-Jones and loveisrespect.org Youth Advisory Board Member Angela Garcia-Ditta from Austin participated in a town hall meeting convened by Vice President Joe Biden in Dallas.
Last week’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills episode “Otherwise Engaged” showed a particular moment that we’d like to discuss.
Today, President Obama issued a presidential proclamation declaring October 2011 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month and urging Americans to speak out against domestic violence. President Obama specifically mentioned The Hotline as a resource.
- Hi Scared & confused, I'm so sorry that your husband...May 3, 2016 - 10:08 am by HotlineAdmin_BR
- Its good. Its time to give awareness to teens.May 3, 2016 - 3:16 am by qayyum
- Hi Emily, Thanks so much for sharing your story here....May 2, 2016 - 10:58 am by HotlineAdmin_BR
- I've been with my tormentor for 20+ years and married for...May 1, 2016 - 10:28 am by Scared & confused
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