Dating after domestic violence can be nerve-wracking and complicated. If you’re considering beginning a new relationship, here are some things that you should consider.
Our talented guest writer, Sarah Tuttle-Singer, shares with her daughter the lessons she learned through leaving a terrifying relationship.
Breaking the isolation of domestic violence by seeking counseling and support from friends and family can help survivors to move forward.
Father’s Day can be very difficult for a family still experiencing the aftermath of family violence. Learn more about getting support.
Your emotional safety is just as important as your physical safety. Dealing with the aftermath of abuse can be a very challenging experience, especially on your mind and heart.
Staying safe is just as important after leaving as during the relationship. The following tips are meant to help you increase your physical safety.
“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.
“My caller was 15 years old, in her first dating relationship. A friend of hers had sent her a link in a Facebook message: ‘Does Your Relationship Need a Make-Over?’ She had taken the quiz, and the results were a little disturbing for her.”
“‘I can’t even stop by to see my parents without his permission,’ my caller told me.” Take a behind the scenes look at an advocates call.
Read Tara Taylor Quinn’s survivor story, It Happened On Maple Street.