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Our two main goals at See the Triumph are to end the stigma surrounding intimate partner violence and to develop resources to support survivors. As many members of our See the Triumph community already know, the See the Triumph campaign grew out of our research, which began with a focus on whether and how survivors of past intimate partner violence experienced stigma related to their…

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Every community needs strong voices for ending intimate partner violence and ensuring that survivors within those communities are supported and able to access helpful resources. Based on our research and our work thus far with the See the Triumph campaign, we have learned that every person can make a difference by challenging the stigma surrounding intimate partner violence within their own…

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We invite you to take this pledge to share a message of strength and support to those who have been a victim of any form of intimate partner violence. Unfortunately, survivors of intimate partner violence are so often are judged and stigmatized in our society.  This pledge is for every victim and survivor of an abusive relationship who has been told that she or he is to blame for that abuse.  …

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Christine Murray
Christine Murray Campaign leader

"The stigma surrounding intimate partner violence is very real, and we invite you to join us in working together to end it. Taking the…Read More

Victim Blaming and Stigma

See the Triumph
  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderRecently, we launched our Causes pledge to tell survivors of intimate partner violence: “It’s not your fault.” We still invite you to take the pledge and add your name to the hundreds of others who have already done so. The more people who take the pledge, the stronger the message will be that…Read More
Stop Abuse Campaign
Stop Abuse Campaign Campaign leader

Today @SeetheTriumph: Support for survivors of #domesticviolence who choose-temporarily or permanently-to abstain from intimate…Read More

Abstaining from Relationships Following Abuse

See the Triumph
3/10/2015 0 Comments   By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderAt See the Triumph, we believe that it’s critical that survivors of past abuse are empowered to make decisions for themselves so that they can determine the course of their own lives. This applies to decisions about future relationships, especially because so often during an…Read More
Stop Abuse Campaign
Stop Abuse Campaign Campaign leader

New @SeetheTriumph series on self-care starts today. Give yourself permission to care for you! #domesticviolence

Giving Yourself Permission to Care for You: Self-Care Series Introduction

See the Triumph
12/2/2014 0 Comments   By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-Founder Why is it so important for survivors of abuse, professionals who work with them, and others who are impacted by intimate partner violence to practice self-care? Even when we know how important it is to practice self-care, why is it often so hard to do so?Throughout this…Read More
Stop Abuse Campaign
Stop Abuse Campaign Campaign leader

Fighting myths about #sextrafficking in today's @SeetheTriumph blog post by Sara Forcella

Fighting This Myth: All People Involved In Sex Trafficking Are Willing Participants

See the Triumph
  By Sara Forcella, See the Triumph ContributorSex trafficking is not something that is easily understood, or frequently discussed. Many times victims of sex trafficking, like victims of domestic violence, face being stigmatized by their communities and our society as a whole. As human beings, it is common for us to attempt to categorize people…Read More
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