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Take part on "Orange Your Neighborhood" Campaign, as presented by the United Nation's Secretary General (http://endviolence.un.org/orangeday.shtml) and their ongoing ORANGE DAYS CAMPAIGN (http://endviolence.un.org/pastdays.shtml).

"ORANGE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD" is from November 25th - December 10, 2014.


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A healthy relationship will add to your life not subtract from it!
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Regardless of the reason that abuse occurs, no victim should tolerate it. Yet many do. Understanding why victims of abuse stay with or return to their abusers may help those victims gain the strength to leave an unhealthy relationship.
Domestic violence victims have several reasons for staying in abusive relationships. Find out why abuse victims feel like they have to stay.
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Debbie Jayne

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Be yourself not what others want you to be 😀
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I know it a lot to ask but I really hope that you can help. Pretty Please, My friend needs your help. Hope you can find a small part in your heart to help, get my friend away from domestic violence
https://www.youcaring.com/emergency-fundraiser/fleeing-domestic-abuse-and-going-home/313640
Hi everyone, I know you get a lot of emails and requests for money every day. The reason I’m posting this is to help a friend of mine who is currently in a highly abusive situation and would like to get out. She can’t post this herself because if her abuser finds out, her life is in serious...
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Reasons why I would leave my significant other, my husband, lover, boyfriend, or whatever he is in your life...These are my reasons, do you have yours? 
1.  Your needs aren't being met...  If you’re not being satisfied emotionally, sexually or intellectually, it’s probably time to move on.

2. I find myself here:  It can be disheartening if you’re still motivated to achieve and your partner has become lazy. You might also lose respect for your partner if they've made promises that they clearly won’t (or can’t) fulfill.  Amen to this one...

3.  For health or safety issues if your partner has anger issues, PTSD, or is constantly demeaning you... GET RID of that person.

4.  Breaking up hurts, but staying hurts more.  If you are no longer attracted to him/her.

5.  The inability to forgive.  If you can't pass or move forward from them betraying your trust... Maybe you will never be able too.  Move on.  Staying in a relationship that its so hurtful will hurt you to bitterness.

6.  Not enjoying or having fun with that person anymore~
7.  If your long-term goals no longer match... This is a deal breaker.  Hard to let go, but not impossible.
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+Rabiahtu Falah When you done all you can do, and the relationship is stale then you move forward because you may be in denial, but the fact is; it's over!  Thank you for your comment Rabiatu.
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We started on facebook and we keep growing. We're expanding our reach now, especially since we know that we've been missing a subset of folks that really don't like being on facebook. Created/founded by Kathryn Krastin in Austin, TX, but we have at times really a global reach and would love to keep expanding. :)
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Being alone is by far one of the hardest things to deal with!!!
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Tweet received from @Taranewlife- your written words are impressive, helps others to be open!!!
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This is kind was inspired by a fellow reader. I hope it's helpful.
 
In a recent post A reader made a very simple yet strong statement. I really wish to learn more about self esteem. Over time my writing has begin to add lists of questions for understanding self ect. Yet to this point this wil...
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How to Heal and Recover Mentally from Domestic Abuse_ I Love This This Is My Goal - http://pinterest.com/pin/509610514054722141/?s=3&m=google+
In this article, aimed at people who have suffered domestic abuse and those who care for them, we provide an overview on How to Heal and Recover Mentally from D | See more about come backs, how to and dr. who.
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