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Domestic Abuse Help

richp007

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Didn't see a thread already, apologies if there is one.

Been in the news today, but largely seems to have been a story on the periphery of everything that's been happening. An important one still however.



Here's some info if anyone needs it. And you never know who might read these forums.

For information and support on domestic abuse, contact:
  • Police: 999 press 55 when prompted if you can't speak
  • Refuge UK wide 24-hour helpline: 0808 2000 247
  • Welsh Women's Aid Live Fear Free 24-hour helpline: 0808 80 10 800
  • Scotland National Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriages 24-hour helpline: 0800 027 1234
  • Northern Ireland Domestic Abuse 24-hour helpline: 0808 802 1414
  • www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk
  • www.refuge.org.uk
  • You can also download the Bright Sky App if you are sure your mobile phone is not being monitored

If you are in immediate danger, always call the police on 999.
 

Ste7en

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Lots of shouting and screaming at one another next door. But that isn't unusual :(

Actually heard them all fighting in the garden one night. A bunch of *****.
 

Ruperts slippers

Distinguished Member
We had to house someone temporarily for 2 nights. Hopefully they've settled down now.
I cannot fathom how people and in these cases men, think the definition of Love is to beat the person they've had a child with physically or mentally.
I felt really sorry for the little boy, who stayed with us, he was frightened to death of his own father.
 

mikeysthoughts

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