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There are several common misconceptions about domestic violence

The recent news concerning a top White House official who allegedly engaged in abusive behavior towards his now-former wives shocked countless people. However, there are common misconceptions concerning domestic violence that need to be dispelled in order to help victims and break the cycle. There may be numerous California residents who are currently suffering some form of abuse who are in need of assistance and guidance to protect themselves.

Officials at university donate to domestic violence programs

In many ways, a university located in a city or town is more than an institution for learning. It often plays a broader role of helping to educate the greater community about important social issues such as the problems posed by domestic violence. There are many such universities throughout California that help support community outreach programs within their geographic locations.

Program helps domestic violence victims start new life; business

According to a victim advocate, the main reason many victims stay in an abusive relationship is because they lack financial security. One woman recently started up a program that helps domestic violence victims learn to become entrepreneurs and make a new life for themselves and their children. The program is currently available in three California communities with plans to broaden its reach in the future.

Program provides help for child victims of domestic violence

Statistics report that up to an estimated 10 million children may be exposed to violence in the home on a yearly basis. Studies show that these children are at a higher risk for developing serious emotional and behavioral problems due to witnessing domestic violence. Several years ago, an initiative was started in California that is now being replicated throughout the country to help reverse the damage inflicted.

Shelter offers support and hope to domestic violence victims

As many California residents are aware, October is the month set aside for many social concerns such as breast cancer awareness and fire prevention. However, another important issue that is not talked about as often is domestic violence. Almost every week, the media reports on the serious injury or death of another victim lost to this senseless abuse.

An overview of California domestic violence laws

No relationship is ever perfect. However, while most adults and couples work through their difficulties without undue upheaval, many relationships are destroyed by domestic violence. Anyone in California who is struggling with this issue has the right to seek experienced help.

Fire official faces allegations of domestic violence

Those who work in the public sector often face intense situations that call for calm reasoning in an effort to diffuse the volatile emotions involved. When these circumstances involve allegations of domestic violence, the fallout on both a victim's and an alleged perpetrator's life can have lasting consequences. Recently, one California official has had to face his own trial by fire.

Project works to inform others of effects of domestic violence

One of the safest refuges from the stress of daily life is supposed to be the comfort provided by the intimate relationship with a loved one. Unfortunately, as some California families have discovered, this relationship can be the source of danger if a partner resorts to domestic violence. There are organizations and professionals who are working to make a difference for victims.

Divorcing a Controlling Spouse

If you have been married to a control freak and had enough you may be in for a long fight.  Controllers in a relationship continue to try to control after a relationship ends. Often they fight to control children in custody cases, and by doing so they are still controlling you.  They do not normally care what the cost to fight for control might be as long as they are still attempting to win control. 

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