Domestic violence survivors share their stories to help others with their words.
The number of domestic violence cases across the nation and here at home rose significantly during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the numbers have not decreased. Today we’re focused on domestic violence, and the things that many of us don’t understand about the issue. Two survivors of domestic violence wanted to come forward to share their story. First of all as an inspiration to those who may be fighting themselves to get out of a domestic situation, but also for the rest of us to better understand this problem. We have granted their request to remain anonymous.
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