I was talking with a woman I met on a flight last year and my work in the space of Childhood Domestic Violence (CDV) came up. She told me “That’s a great cause. Child abuse is a big problem, and
This April, Let’s Talk About the Critical Link Between Child Abuse & CDV…and the Program That Can Curb Both!
This Holiday, Give the Gift of a New Beginning to Someone Who Grew Up with Childhood Domestic Violence
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
“The worst guilt to accept is an undeserved guilt.” –Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
If you grew up living with domestic violence, it is highly likely that you carry with you a false sense of GUILT – a false sense
Children think emotionally, not rationally. When you were exposed to domestic violence as a child, your brain drew the wrong conclusions: “I couldn’t stop it, but I should have.” “I was there, so it must have been my fault. It
The answer is absolutely!
Growing up in a home with domestic violence, one’s perception of a healthy, functional relationship becomes greatly skewed. Instead of seeing adults who are loving towards one another, respect each other’s needs and boundaries, and work