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We’ve sifted through our email inbox, Facebook message board and even some old-fashioned handwritten letters to compile a list of the eight most frequently asked questions about domestic violence. Here are the answers.

http://bit.ly/FAQsDV
You Ask, We Answer
You Ask, We Answer
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Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals are 1.5 times more likely to be abused in an intimate partner relationship. We asked Beca Bailey, community engagement liaison for the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, why this is and answer a concerned friend's questions about how to help.

http://bit.ly/HelpDeafFriend
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Despite the early warning signs, love and fear kept Kate with her abuser, a man who would eventually do the unthinkable. While she maintains her anonymity, she knows her story is one that must be told and through doing so she has begun to heal.

http://bit.ly/SuvivorKate
Survivor: Kate
Survivor: Kate
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All victims deserve a fair trial in which they feel safe and heard. The Crime Victims’ Rights Act (CVRA) was designed with this goal in mind and spells out what a victim is entitled to in court. Do you know all 8 of the rights it guarantees?

http://bit.ly/DVVictimRights
You Have Rights as a Victim
You Have Rights as a Victim
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Abuse can be hard to spot, especially when an abuser is carefully seducing you with their charm. We share 6 signs that can often be overlooked. Still not sure? There's an app that can help.

http://bit.ly/6SignsAbuser
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We spoke with Nancy Erickson, an attorney and consultant on domestic violence legal issues to debunk some common misconceptions about leaving an abuser who is also your boss.

http://bit.ly/abuserboss
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Many abusers will use psychological abuse to manipulate their partner into thinking they're crazy. Some even go as far as making their friends and family think they are too. We look deeper at this type of abuse and ways survivors can keep from falling into the trap of lies. http://bit.ly/DVCrazy
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What do you do when you hear sexist humor? We share 4 ways to respond when you're not sure what to do or say next: http://bit.ly/SexistHumor
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Everyone deserves a life free from abuse. We created this video to help survivors of domestic violence get out safely. WATCH and SHARE - you never know who might need it. http://bit.ly/ReadytoLeave
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Do you love to read? Do you hate domestic violence? Well, then you should check out our brand new book club! You'll even get a chance to pose questions directly to the author. Click here to find out how to get started. http://bit.ly/DVBookClub
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