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Is it domestic abuse?

Domestic abuse crosses class, gender, race, all faiths, and religious belief.


A survivor of domestic abuse, Chrissy tells us:

"When he threatened my children, that was the beginning of the end,

I made a plan that saved all of our lives." 

Making a plan - Follow these 4 steps:


Does your abusive partner :

• Constantly criticise you or put you down? • Discourage your relationships with family and friends? • Control all finances and force you to account in detail for what you spend? • Deny you access to money even for household necessities? • Prevent you from working, leaving your home or socialising? • Constantly and obsessively ‘track’ your time and whereabouts? • Constantly accuse you of being unfaithful? • Force you to have sex against your will? • Push/shove, hit, punch, slap, kick or bite you or the children? • Threaten to harm you, the children or your relatives? • Threaten to or use a weapon against you? • Threaten to kill you if you leave? • Anger easily when drinking or taking drugs? • Deliberately / maliciously destroy personal property or other items of sentimental value to you?


Will you help us to provide refuge for women and women with children and help us restore broken lives in a safe, peaceful, and loving environment? Please donate today: Paypal | GoFundMe Fundraiser


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