Shine a light on violence against women

Day 11 - surviving violence

Surviving domestic violence is not the same as leaving a violent relationship.

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Surviving domestic violence is a process that won't happen in a day, or a week.

It is common for someone who has left a violent relationship to have low confidence, be unable to deal with the responsibilities of everyday chores, make decisions and feel frightened about what the future will hold.

In addition a woman may be wondering if they have made the right decision – feelings of guilt about 'giving up' on him, letting the children down.

Each day that passes you are a survivor, not longer a victim.

You can read stories about women who have survived domestic violence here
http://www.dvrcv.org.au/stories

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The campaign

Day 1 - Overview of violence against women

Day 2 - Who is at risk

Day 3 - Myths

Day 4 - Physical violence

Day 5 - Emotional abuse

Day 6 - Sexual violence

Day 7 - Financial abuse

Day 8  - Violence and technology

Day 9 - The signs of violence

Day 10 - Outcomes of violence

Day 11 - Surviving violence

Day 12 - How can you help?

Day 13 - Preventing violence

Day 14 - Violence and children

Day 15 - Violence and homelessness

Day 16 - Human rights

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