Tag: spousal abuse

Sign about beer, domestic violence raises ire of some

Sign about beer, domestic violence raises ire of some

| May 28, 2014

We know that some folks have a problem with they call overboard trends toward “political correctness,” but some things just aren’t funny—especially if you’ve lost a child, sister, brother, or dear friend to domestic violence. And, to men who think such things are funny, tell us, how would you respond if someone put their hands […]

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Killer texts father to claim ‘last laugh’ after murdering man’s daughter

Killer texts father to claim ‘last laugh’ after murdering man’s daughter

| April 24, 2014

We don’t know all the details here but suffice it to say, for the most part, our laws do not adequately protect women from stalkers and violent, manipulative men. That said, parents, your children might hate you for a moment, but if you see your daughter (or son for that matter) in a relationship with […]

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The power of submission

The power of submission

| March 26, 2014

By the Rev. Lakeya Stewart “But… I don’t want to be a doormat!” This is the phrase many women and some men use when asked about their feelings concerning submission in a marriage. The word “submission” by itself often causes people to cringe. It is often mistakenly seen as a sign of weakness. Why does […]

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