If you are being victimized by domestic violence and abuse, it is not your fault! Only the abuser is responsible for the abusive acts. You cannot be a good enough wife or husband or girlfriend or boyfriend or daughter or son to make it stop.
God cares about you and does not want you to suffer harm. If you are a person who is abusive, then you can stop. You can choose not to wield power over another person. God has all the power in the world yet He allows us to choose for ourselves.
All persons are made in the image of God and therefore, deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Domestic Violence & Abuse is not OK!
Get Help Today!
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is a nonprofit organization that provides Crisis Intervention, Information and Referral to Victims of Domestic Violence, Perpetrators, Friends and Families. Assistance is available to both Males and Females, The Abused and the Abuser.
October Is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Each year in the U.S., women experience about 4.8 million intimate partner related physical assaults. Men are the victims of about 2.9 million intimate partner related physical assaults. The numbers have not increased over the past years but they have not decreased either and are still unacceptably high. Why? Read More.
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