• Domestic Violence Information – What do I do if someone I know is experiencing Domestic Violence?

    If you know someone who is suffering from domestic violence, whether they are male, female, a child or adult, it’s important that you know what to do about it and have the basic domestic violence information you need in order to help them.

    We have this handy, free download, packed full of information and tips on what to do if you know someone who is suffering. Simply fill in your details to the right of this page and we will send you this guide.

    When talking about domestic violence and abuse, it can often become confusing when referring to individuals as the abused party or the abuser, there are also different connotation from using the term victim as some individuals who have experienced or who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse do not see themselves as a victim, and yet others prefer to use the term victim.

    On the other hand some individuals prefer the term survivor as they feel that they have survived the violence and abuse on a daily basis, and gain strength from that term, others do not like the term survivor as even if perhaps they have left the violent or abusive relationship they still feel trapped in the emotions and memories triggered.

    It is also important to recognised that domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone regardless of their gender or sexuality; statistics that are available state domestic violence and abuse affects more women than men therefore the majority of literature, education and resources are tailored with this in mind.

    Current statistics indicate that 1 in 4 women, 1 in 6 men, and 1 in 6 lesbian and gay individuals suffer from domestic violence and abuse.

    My aim is to help you, so you can help your friend or loved one who is trapped in an abusive relationship. Download the PDF now, or alternatively contact me directly.

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    Connet with me: Google+ Tina Royles is the UKs leading expert in domestic violence offering Domestic Violence Counselling, Relationship Counselling and Anger as well as Stress Management Counselling. She is one of the UK’s most qualified and experienced domestic violence experts providing consultancy and advice to those who have suffered domestic violence, are currently in violent relationships or to friends and family of those affected. Tina provides the materials and tools to manage relationship difficulties and domestic violence through awareness and education and is regularly called upon by the national and local press to provide expert comments on high profile cases. Tina Royles

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