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Wife's DV dismissed by Delhi Sessions court as she does NOT lead evidences 2 support her case !!

* Wife files DV cases
* On completion of pleadings, arguments on interim relief were heard. Vide order dt 30.05.2014, interim application disposed off
* matter was fixed for complainant evidence (CE) 1,676 more words

Where Is The Evidence

Confession of a Deeply Flawed Feminist

This blog was set up as a way for me to release some thoughts and feelings surrounding my depression and the exercise/health changes I’m making in order to assist in alleviating some of its impact on my life. 1,695 more words


Domestic violence - What about the frontline services?

Recently domestic violence has been a major point of discourse amongst parliamentary members and the Australian public. On average, over 12 months, one woman is killed every week as a result of intimate partner violence. 411 more words


Australia's Domestic Violence Emergency

Article originally posted by Greens Magazine on Monday, Oct 19th, 2015. 

This version has been edited slightly from that posted by The Greens.

Behind the statistics on domestic violence are stories of personal heartbreak and tragedy that shouldn’t be kept behind closed doors and nor should the effects of political games with funding for services.

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How happy are you?

Happiness is…within you!

If you or someone you know suffers depression, anxiety, has experienced family violence or trauma then you will find something in my story that you identify with. 50 more words

On Johnson's Batterer Typology (@ Mash Man)

Michael P. Johnson (Ph.D., University of Michigan) is Emeritus Professor of sociology, Women’s Studies, and African and African American Studies at Penn State, and depending on which publication you read he argues a two to four tier model of intimate partner of violence. 5,978 more words


The Narcissists Secret Weapon-Know Your Enemy/ Lisa A. Romano Breakthrough Life Coach

Narcissists use particular communications styles to keep people stuck. Narcissists are usually very charming and attentive when you first meet them, but when they feel they have gained your trust, that is when they remove their sheep’s clothing, and you begin to feel like you’ve been duped. 12 more words

Daily Update For My Twin Boys