Last October, the New Mexico Voices for Children hosted their second annual KIDS COUNT Conference, in conjunction with Ngage New Mexico. Aptly named “Childhood Trauma: From Symptoms to Systems Change” the conference aimed to build awareness for, identify and
New Mexico Conference Reaffirms that Awareness Is Key First Step to Prevention of ACEs Like CDV
Growing Up With a Violent Mother
The GUILT and shame we carry after experiencing adversities in childhood can have numerous layers. To help you begin to unravel those layers, I want to share with you the inspirational story of British actor Martin
The Chilling 911 Call You Won’t Hear During the Super Bowl February 1, 2015 By Brian F. Martin
From Brian F. Martin BLOG (http://brianfmartin.com/2015/02/01/the-chilling-911-call-you-wont-hear-during-the-super-bowl)
A friend who works with me at www.cdv.org texted me the link to a domestic violence ad that will run during the Super Bowl and said, “watch this.” I did.
A List of Recent Successes Furthers Awareness of Childhood Domestic Violence and Help for Those Impacted
We at CDV are sending you warm thoughts of thanks, in reflection on the past few months.
We are so grateful for the continued support from our social media followers, volunteers and participants. Your success stories are inspiring
CDV PROFILES: FORMER CHILDREN, FUTURE CHAMPIONS
In the Spotlight – Caroline Abbott Community Advocate Author, blogger www.carolineabbott.com
Caroline Abbott is a former child of domestic violence who is now a self-published writer, blogger, and community advocate, working to support and empower others who are impacted. She
Resiliency after Childhood Domestic Violence – Make It Count
Growing up with childhood domestic violence teaches us to believe a set of LIES about ourselves. These lies tell us we’re worthless, fearful, angry, alone, guilty, sad, hopeless, resentful, unattractive, and unloved. Though it isn’t difficult to understand what prompted