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Robert Moment is a life coach , speaker and author. Robert specializes in maximizing human potential for happiness, purpose and success. Robert is the author of several life-transforming books including, Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence Help for Abused Women and Domestic Violence Survivors, How Do You Find Happiness, and others.

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How to Overcome Domestic Abuse and Domestic Violence as an Abused Woman

Overcoming domestic violence and abuse seems to be easy but it’s not. Some think it’s just a matter of one, two, and three, but it requires a lot of effort and sacrifice. In short, it is very difficult especially if the abused women were really affected and hurt by the relationship. Abused women may still […]

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Domestic Violence Survivors : 10 Keys to Reclaiming Your Life After Leaving an Abusive Relationship

Abusive relationships are more common than you may think. You may not understand why a woman who is being abused stays in that relationship, but there are many different reasons. One of the hardest things to do is overcome your feelings and get your life back.

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Abused Women : 10 Tips on How to Get Out of an Abusive Relationship

Has your relationship deteriorated into domestic violence, or an emotionally abusive situation? Are you afraid, doubting your own capabilities, or even your sanity? The simple truth is that you’re not crazy, you’re not stupid, and most importantly, you’re not alone. Now is the time to gather your strength, seek support from your family and friends, […]

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7 Keys to Reclaiming Your Life After an Abusive Relationship

Abused Women : 7 Keys to Reclaiming Your Life After an Abusive Relationship

The scars that abused women bear aren’t always visible. Abusive relationships leave emotional scars that can continue to damage you, even after your relationship has ended and your abuser is long gone. To truly heal yourself and open the door to your newer, happier life, use these seven keys: 1. Self-examination You did not choose […]

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Abused Women : Top 7 Reasons Why Women Stay in Abusive Relationships

Sometimes abused women can find it very hard to get away from abusive relationships and this is more common than a lot of people even think. The problem of domestic abuse is a much larger phenomenon than most people think. In this domestic article we are going to talk about the reasons why this happens […]

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Domestic Violence and Abuse : 7 Life-Transforming Questions to Help Abused Women Overcome Abuse

Overcoming domestic abuse and domestic violence can be very difficult for many abused women because the simple thought of having experienced or currently experiencing this is very embarrassing and humiliating. There are some ways that women can start to deal with these situations and cope with them, but they need to be able to ask […]

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Frequently Asked Questions on Domestic Abuse and Violence

What is domestic abuse? The National Coalition Against Domestic violence describes domestic abuse as “the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault and/or other abusive behavior perpetrated by one intimate partner against another.” Domestic abuse is often characterized by physical abuse, accompanied by emotional abuse, dominance and controlling behavior

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Stop Domestic Violence

Press Kit Introduction

Domestic Abuse and Violence Domestic abuse and violence has been on the rise since the beginning of time.  Increasingly, in the 20th and 21st centuries advocates have spoken out on behalf of domestic abuse victims.  Laws have also been enacted to protect victims, but domestic abuse and violence are still under-represented in legislation and enforcement […]

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Fact Sheet on Domestic Violence

•  One in four women will fall victim to domestic violence at some point in her life. •  One in five men will become a domestic violence victim at some time in his life. •  85 percent of domestic violence victims are women. An estimated 1.3 million American women are victimized each year. •  A […]

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