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“I’m walking on eggshells.”

“I’ve tried everything, I just can’t make them happy.”

“Am I as crazy as they say I am?”

“Does anyone know I’m hiding behind a plastic smile?”

Everyone deserves the right to be free from abuse.

“She sat alone, hurting and afraid, bruised physically and emotionally from the outburst that just ended. If she made a move to free herself and her children from another outburst of anger and even physical or sexual violence… she would lose the foundations of security that were all she knew. A place to stay dry and food to eat. She would have to get a first or second job and raise the kids while running for her life. The choice was too great and undoubting. And her sense of self-worth had diminished to nothing…”

Perhaps you, or someone you know, is in a similar situation.

Perhaps, it reminds you of your own past experiences.

If so, you have arrived at the right place.

Everyone deserves the right to be free from abuse. ​

The journey to healing and independence is a long one, and receiving the right level of care at the appropriate time is critical.


In a DV crisis, receiving emergency care is what is required to keep everyone safe!


Once the action to confront the abuse or leave the relationship, many events take place that will change everything that the victim and family have come to know as their new normal.


Once life has restarted, most survivors must fight through challenges in the transition years. They may be able to access counseling and other mental health services, but most survivors just move on. They may have wounds they have never fully healed. These wounds can stay locked away for years.

Where do you go from here?

Am I Being Abused?

If you ask someone “Are you being abused?” They will almost always so, “No”. The reality is it is very difficult to see through the patterns. Since they are not calling it abuse, how do you know?

First Steps

When you are suffering from abuse it can be difficult to speak up, but reaching out to a trusted friend, family member, or professional can be a crucial step in seeking support and finding safety.

Support Groups

Joining a Stronger Women Support Group provides survivors a safe place to share their thoughts, fears, and triumphs in a judgment-free environment, knowing that you’re among friends.