Stop Abuse Campaign
Stop Abuse Campaign Campaign leader

"When you reclaim your sexuality there is a piece of your self-worth that is able to be reclaimed as well. You gain back a sense of power…Read More

Reclaiming Healthy Sexuality After Abuse

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   By Rachel Miller, See the Triumph Contributor After leaving an abusive relationship, there is much healing that needs to take place before a survivor can recover completely and move forward into a full and healthy life.  An area of recovery that can easily be overlooked is a survivor’s sexuality. Often survivors are dealing with depression,…Read More
Stop Abuse Campaign
Stop Abuse Campaign Campaign leader

"Every single person in every community needs to feel safe in their relationships and wherever they go in the community at large--their…Read More

Domestic Violence is No Private Family Matter

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  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderMy local community was shaken a few weeks ago by yet another domestic violence-related tragedy. It appears that a man murdered two women, one of whom is thought to be his girlfriend, and he badly injured another woman. All of this happened before he killed himself following a police chase and car…Read More
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Stop Abuse Campaign Campaign leader

Intimate partner violence is more than just physical violence.

The role of emotional abuse in an abusive relationship

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By See the Triumph Guest Blogger, Sara Forcella In light of October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, See The Triumph thought that it was important to address some questions about what exactly domestic violence is. Though many people are familiar with the term domestic violence, they do not understand the complexity of the issue. Domestic…Read More
Stop Abuse Campaign
Stop Abuse Campaign Campaign leader

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The Basics of Domestic Violence Safety Planning

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5/21/2015 0 Comments   By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderA safety plan is a basic tool that victims of domestic violence can use to identify risks to their safety and well-being and plan strategies for protecting themselves in the face of those risks. A couple years ago, my Family Violence Research Group at the…Read More
Christine Murray
Christine Murray Campaign leader

"Having all of that negativity in my soul felt almost as bad as still living with him. Now, I am free of the negativity and am able to live…Read More

triumph over the stigma around intimate partner violence
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