By Roger Lockridge
When I was asked to contribute to INVINCIBLE, there was no hesitation about whether I should be a part of it or not. How often can you do something that may possibly help millions of people
From Brian F. Martin BLOG (http://brianfmartin.com/2015/02/01/the-chilling-911-call-you-wont-hear-during-the-super-bowl)
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
We at CDV-Children of Domestic Violence have been growing steadily and have made some major strides over the past year that we’re eager to share.
If you grew up living with domestic violence or care about someone who did, you
If you grew up in a home with domestic violence, your basic needs were not met – the need to feel safe, to feel loved, and to feel important. You felt a pain that is unique to those who, at
“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
Did You Or Someone You Care About Grow Up Living With Domestic Violence?
If you did, you experienced childhood domestic violence, or CDV. By definition, from a childhood standpoint domestic violence is violence between parents or violence towards a parent
Did you grow up in a home living with domestic violence? That question doesn’t get asked very often, but we must ask it of ourselves and of those we care about. Because if the answer is yes, you should know