Covid-19 Update & Flooding: With the spread of Covid-19, The Blue Ribbon Project is following guidance from our local and state government and will be postponing all Volunteer events until further notice. In addition to this, The Blue Ribbon Project recently experienced a significant flood to the lower floor of our building. Repairs are being made, however, this has made some of our rooms inaccessible. Mirah's Closet and other portions of The Blue Ribbon Project are OPEN by appointment.
Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D. helps people recognize, end and heal from domestic abuse. She is a 25-year seasoned psychologist, published author, speaker and leading expert in identifying the subtle communication patterns of abusive relationships.
The following is an interview looking at facts and myths about domestic violence: the gender factor, verbal emotional abuse, impact of domestic abuse on children, tips on getting help and more.
The saddest part of family violence and the legal abuse syndrome is the impact on children, both on them and within them. When a child is severed from their protective parenta silent epidemiclife for this child is never the same.
While common sense tells us that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, we still have not applied this to domestic violence. And then we scratch our heads and say, "What made him do that?" Read on to learn how domestic violence prevention is the cure.
Lack of emotional safety is the number one indicator of a potentially dangerous relationship. It may seem subtle, yet it is ever so significant with respect to your well-being and safety. Know the five signs of emotional abuse before it spirals out of control.