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How to help

Original post made on Nov 2, 2009

There are steps you can take to help if you suspect (or know) a friend or family member is in an abusive relationship, according to domestic-violence counselors and abuse survivors.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Friday, October 30, 2009, 10:30 AM

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Posted by panama
a resident of Mountain View
on Nov 2, 2009 at 3:41 pm

Is not about low self-eseem is about love, is a child i love my family in the to abuse me i was 5 year old ,abuse mental,physical to the extrime,sexul,
I was 15 went i got married,and centro america my husband was in american in the USA military,I was pregnant in abuse ,physical,mental,sexul,i was 16 and i call the police and military and nothing happen,mamrry 7 years and abuse,and divorce w/3 childrens 6,5,1.
Re marry 1 year later abuse mental,physical,some sexul,i call the police and charge him w/domestic violence,in 1993/will still marry will word ok and then stare the argument in now will are separate 19 years of marriage finish,my babys are now 25,24,21 and i am 41 years old and i am a grandmother of 4.
When i look back oh my goodness i can`t believe what i went trough
I w/like to help or volunteer to give my experiens to teens and adults. [Portion removed by Palo Alto Online staff.]


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