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A discreet, pocket-sized booklet on domestic abuse explaining what domestic abuse is and the damaging effects it can have on children. It encourages victims of abuse to seek help for themselves and their children, highlighting that they need not be separated from their non-abusing parent, but can live without the fear of domestic violence.
The booklet provides contact numbers on a tear-off strip that can be easily hidden away in a pocket or bag. It is designed primarily for women, although it recognises that men can also experience abuse.
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Partner exploitation and violence in teenage intimate relationships
Children and families experiencing domestic violence
Domestic violence, child contact, post-separation violence
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