SOAR Sisters Overcoming Abusive Relationships

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A blog by survivors of domestic violence 
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Gray Areas

[March 31, 2021] It is a common misconception that when women leave their abuser, things get better. Because there is help through police, advocates, or courts, many believe the domestic violence ends. This is not always true. In fact, what usually takes place is this: Abusers find new ways to abuse - often through children. 

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