Lorrie Evans
Lorrie Evans

Lorrie Evans
Lorrie Evans

❤❤❤❤

Sarah G Mitchell
Sarah G Mitchell

the problem with today's society, is to much violence, family's are becoming desensitized to violence, accepting it as normal, more and more children are being abused. It has to stop.

Maude Fuller
Maude Fuller

Stop the violence . Get alone R get on.

Niall Collins
Niall Collins

WARNING SIGNS
Many of the signs women are taught to Interpret as caring, attentive, and romantic are actually early warning signs for future abuse. Some examples Include:

INTRUSION: Constantly asks you where you are going, who you are with, etc.

ISOLATION: Insists that you spend all or most of your time together, cutting you off from friends and family.

POSSESSION AND JEALOUSY: Accuses you of flirting/having sexual relationships with others; monitors your clothing/make-up.

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WARNING SIGNS
Many of the signs women are taught to Interpret as caring, attentive, and romantic are actually early warning signs for future abuse. Some examples Include:

INTRUSION: Constantly asks you where you are going, who you are with, etc.

ISOLATION: Insists that you spend all or most of your time together, cutting you off from friends and family.

POSSESSION AND JEALOUSY: Accuses you of flirting/having sexual relationships with others; monitors your clothing/make-up.

NEED FOR CONTROL: Displays extreme anger when things do not go his way; attempts to make all of your decisions.

UNKNOWN PASTS / NO RESPECT FOR WOMEN: Secretive about past relationships; refers to women with negative remarks, etc.

1. Was or is abused by a parent.
2. Grew up in a home where an adult was abused by another adult.
3. Gets very serious with boyfriends/girlfriends very quickly – saying “I love you” very early in the relationship, wanting to move in together or get engaged after

Niall Collins
Niall Collins

1. Verbal abuse is hurtful and usually attacks the nature and abilities of the partner. Over time, the partner may begin to believe that there is something wrong with her or her abilities. She may come to feel that she is the problem, rather than her partner.

2. Verbal abuse may be overt (through angry outbursts and name- calling) or covert (involving very subtle comments, even something that approaches brainwashing). Overt verbal abuse is usually blaming and accusatory, and consequently...

1. Verbal abuse is hurtful and usually attacks the nature and abilities of the partner. Over time, the partner may begin to believe that there is something wrong with her or her abilities. She may come to feel that she is the problem, rather than her partner.

2. Verbal abuse may be overt (through angry outbursts and name- calling) or covert (involving very subtle comments, even something that approaches brainwashing). Overt verbal abuse is usually blaming and accusatory, and consequently confusing to the partner. Covert verbal abuse, which is hidden aggression, is even more confusing to the partner. Its aim is to control her without her knowing.

3. Verbal abuse is manipulative and controlling. Even disparaging comments may be voiced in an extremely sincere and concerned way. But the goal is to control and manipulate.

4. Verbal abuse is insidious. The partner's self-esteem gradually diminishes, usually without her realizing it. She may consciously or

Janice Hobby-ford
Janice Hobby-ford

Signed !! & PRAYING !!!! Jan Luke & family. XX

John Love
John Love

It should nor be necessary to object to violence, as it is so obviously wrong no matter who the violence is against. It is necessary in self defense and may also be necessary to protect others. There are laws against it and I sign this petition only to show I agree with the principle stated with the implied intent, and that by signing I am exercising my right to show my support for this principle.

Liza Olivier Preiss
Liza Olivier Preiss

Come Lord Jesus, Come!!! End all this insanity and evil in this world!!

Henk Lefevre
Henk Lefevre
  • Liza Olivier Preiss

Amen Liza !

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