"In part one of Intimate Partner Violence, Stigma, and the Media, I discussed how the news media can perpetuate stigma by the way it…Read More

Intimate Partner Violence, Stigma, and the Media, Part Two: Media Advocacy Strategies

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  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderIn part one of Intimate Partner Violence, Stigma, and the Media, I discussed how the news media can perpetuate stigma by the way it covers, or fails to cover, stories of intimate partner violence (IPV). I had the honor of working with a recent Masters of Public Health graduate, Brittany Brown, as…Read More

"Why does it often take a tragedy, such as a homicide, for the media to pay attention to intimate partner violence? Even then, why does…Read More

Intimate Partner Violence, Stigma, and the Media: Part One

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  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderWhere is the public outrage about intimate partner violence?Why does it often take a tragedy, such as a homicide, for the media to pay attention to intimate partner violence? Even then, why does this attention fade so quickly?And why does society pay so much more attention to other women's health…Read More

"And so, today on this day of Thanksgiving, we pause to thank the helpers. Thank you for your dedication. Thank you for caring so much for…Read More

Giving Thanks for the Helpers

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  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderIn this video’s interview with Fred Rogers, he says, “If you look for the helpers, you’ll know that there’s hope.” Today, on Thanksgiving, we at See the Triumph give thanks for all the helpers who work day in and day out to prevent intimate partner and sexual violence, as well as to support victims,…Read More

"Teen dating violence remains a difficult topic for parents, educators, and other concerned adults to talk about with the young people in…Read More

When Will We Start Talking to Kids About Dating Violence?

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  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderA recent CBS News/48 Hours story addressed the 2011 murder of a Massachusetts teenager by her ex-boyfriend, describing the murder as an incident of “breakup violence.” In David Bauder’s U.S. News & World Report story on the show, Bauder wrote that “some experts said they've been startled over…Read More

My 1st marriage was a disaster, we were both young and immature and I was 6 months pregnant when we got married, prior to this he has broken my shoulder given me 2 black eyes over minor things mostly to do with his jealously if I so much spoke to another male. We spent a lot of time apart as he…Read More

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