Here are 6 tips for planning a path to freedom – as well as a list of movers offering free services to victims of domestic violence in the United States.
15 Realistic Fears That Keep Women from Leaving a Bad Marriage
According to Meyer and Allen, “commitment to an organization is a psychological state, and it has three distinct components that affect how employees feel about the organization that they work for.
Domestic Violence: Are You Trauma Bonded to Your Abuser?
A trauma bond is an attachment to a partner in an abusive relationship. The abused spouse fears not only retaliation but also the loss of the emotional connection with their partner, which seems worse than the abuse.
The Two Most Important Decisions You Need to Make to Get Over Your Toxic Ex
If your ex is toxic, divorce is the best thing that could have happened. But while it’s the best thing, it’s certainly not easy.
Domestic Violence: The Pre-Abuse Phase
Even with external appearances seeming normal at times, domestic abuse relationships have a unique feel, even before there is any incident of indisputable abuse. Learn more below.
How Domestic Violence Convictions Influence Divorce Proceedings
One of the most common ways domestic violence convictions can affect a divorce proceeding is the right of child custody afforded to the abuser. Learn more here.
How Domestic Violence Affects a Divorce Case
Although the definition of domestic violence varies from state to state, it can commonly be understood to include any acts of actual or threatened abuse including physical, sexual, emotional, or financial abuse, and threatening or intimidating behavior towards a spouse.
Has COVID-19 Led to Increased Divorce Cases?
COVID-19 numbers for new cases and deaths aren’t the only numbers in China that people are watching.
How Do I Apply For a PFA During the Coronavirus Stay at Home Order?
If while following a stay at home order, you feel that you and/or your children are being threatened or at risk for abuse, you are encouraged to apply for a PFA (Protection From Abuse) Order.
“Stay at Home” Orders: A Living Hell For Victims of Domestic Violence
Toxicity in relationships usually gets worse, if you find yourself in a physically or emotionally abusive relationship, it’s important to know you are not alone. Domestic violence advocates are urging women who are not in forced quarantine or isolation to seek help immediately.
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