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What To Do If You Are a Victim of Domestic Violence?

  • Call 911 and report the incident. Write down the police report/incident number and keep with your re

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  • If necessary, seek medical attention. Have injuries documented and photographed

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  • Go to a safe place such as a domestic violence shelter.

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  • Seek the support of caring people. Tell someone you trust about the abuse. They may be your friend,

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  • Have a safety plan. If your partner is abusive, have a plan to protect yourself and your children in

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Do you know someone who always has chaos echoing around them? Even if there is no chaos in existence, they will create it. That's because they only feel comfortable when something's going on; only at ease when they are stressed and can incorporate this stress into the lives of others.

Most of the time, these attention grabbers grew up within a chaotic environment. Something was always going on in the home with parents on edge and arguing, siblings fussing and fighting or disagreements ongoing with neighbors, close relatives and friends. It didn't matter what it was as long as most of the time there was "always something."

Those living this lifestyle of continually stirring the pot probably don't even realize that they are the one's always serving the distasteful dish. They spend time and energy getting everyone upset, distressed and overwrought and sit back and survey their handiwork. If confronted, they would deny all knowledge of having had any input and would merely settle down, enjoying the trauma and upheaval as it unfolds.

This is an extremely damaging chain. Though to some it may seem just a small thing and relatively insignificant, either way, it's a rusty link that needs to be removed. If it isn't then as long as the tongue is allowed to act as a sword and the children see it, they will pick up on the habit and continue with it. It will be carried on into their generation exactly where the parents left off.
However, if you can stop it, it's a chain broken.

Do nothing and there is a good possibility that you will pass the melodrama and the dramatics of the chaos chain onto them and their families to follow.

Does this sound like you or someone you know?

If so, it is now time to stop the tragedy and break the chain.

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