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3 thoughts on “12 Ways to Help Someone Dealing with Domestic Violence

  • November 16, 2017 at 3:20 pm
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    I so wish I had read your last article first. I knew what was happening with my daughter yet none of my attempts had any lasting effects. Then finally on her fifth attempt my daughter and granddaughter are back living with us and we are going through the many steps to keep them safe and towards self worth and one day self reliance (at least a year or two I am thinking). we take things one at a time and the conversation is starting to flow.
    I have a problem with one of my daughters siblings, they tired to help her in the beginning and moved her to their place, got her a job and paid all her expenses. She was soon communicating with him and getting friends to take her into the city to be with him and then she just left. At the time we did not know what was happening just that she lied to us continually. Ive

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  • November 16, 2017 at 3:25 pm
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    Sorry, my comment posted too soon. I would give anything for all my children to be like they were. I do understand that this is going to happen without my help. I just wish. . .

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