It’s that time again Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Most likely at least one of your colleagues is experiencing this and may or may not have hinted about it. My encouragement to you in the brief article is that you make it a point to help someone that you know or suspect is in an abusive relationship. Let’s be our sisters, brothers and colleagues’ keeper. No one deserves to live in fear, control or die at the hands of the person they fell in love with. #HelpASisterOut #HelpABrotherOut
If you are reading this and you are experiencing domestic abuse or think that you might be but you’re not sure, let’s help you get clear. The following link is being offered for you to have FREE access to a course that will help you get the clarity you need.
Feel free to share it with others during this month; knowledge is potential power. People can then act on the information towards a brighter future. No we can’t help everyone but you can help someone. I remember what it was like to be in an abusive relationship while being in full time employment. I would put on the smile as I left the house and wonder if I would ever be free again. It’s not easy to function at your fullest capacity at work knowing what you are facing at home. There are many reasons why people decide not to share; many times they are afraid of being judged, blamed or seen as less than…
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