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Domestic Violence

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In the past, society and the police use to view domestic violent incidences as a private matter which victims themselves must cope with.

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Legal Links

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A list of all Legal resources on child abuse, domestic violence issues and support.

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The Grieving Process

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There are various stages that an individual may go through in their grief, and it is important to allow these stages and accept the feelings that may arise. Grief can help put us on the right road to a healing process.

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Overcoming Rape

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The harshest way to relate to a situation, or to empathise with someone, is having to go through it yourself.

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Changing Times For Children

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There have been considerable changes in the family environment in which children live. The majority of children grow up in a family with two parents. Children are living in an increasing variety of different family structures, and these are not static.

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Celebrating My Heritage

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Initially, when I considered what I wanted to write on this subject and particularly from a Black perspective, I had to ask myself - what is culture and what is tradition?

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