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i would like everyone to post stories on DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS everyday on this page and keep everyone updated because everyday is DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS DAY and networking in helping others against this abuse.the streets dont love you back movement help and educate all year round 365 days a year/We will be collecting clothes, Jackets, blankets, underwear, socks, backpacks and hygiene products, etc. for the DOMESTIC VIOLENCE shelters... . Please let us know and we can pick up... or you can send it to us at
P.O. Box 1093 Maricopa, Arizona 85139 we would like to thank every one who supports us to keep helping others god bless you all. rob and lucinda

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Accused of Murdering Husband, Teacher Cites Years of Abuse

Accused of Murdering Husband, Teacher Cites Years of Abuse- / +PONTIAC, Mich., Dec. 7, 2004…Continue

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Before this freeing art can be practiced, there must be a letting go. Letting go does not mean you forget the person, place, or situation. Instead, it requires you to take an honest look at what you…Continue

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Ever have a nightmare about an ex? We all have…but I’ve been noticing lately that a few of my friends still have nightmares about someone they haven’t been involved with in a while. They always feel…Continue

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Arguments in relationships get a pretty bad rap. There are a lot of articles on the Web based on avoiding arguments. The truth is conflict is a natural form of creating boundaries and learning about…Continue

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Most of us find ourselves in some type of relationship pattern, good or bad. Sometimes, however, ending a relationship we know we need to get out of seems close to impossible. Check out these warning…Continue

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Once we become aware we do have a choice in how we perceive and respond to situations beyond our control we can begin the active process of forgiving. Contrary to popular belief, to forgive in this…Continue

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Forgive and forget? We all have been faced with this challenge since the school yard. But what about the more serious long-lasting and long-reaching scars that linger into adulthood? Those who have…Continue

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Is Your Partner Abusive? 5 red flags that signal an unhealthy bond...

We are all creatures of habit, which alas means, many of us stay in a relationship even when it sucks or a niggling feeling inside tells us that something is definitely out of balance. We disregard…Continue

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Abusive partners are most often survivors of abuse themselves, and wreak havoc on the receiver(s) in mental, verbal, emotional and physical ways. Yet for many abuse survivors, mental abuse in…Continue

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It’s a tough realization, gals, when the man you thought was the One turns out to be a zero. I’ve been there, and completely understand how difficult it can be. As a former dating veteran, I want to…Continue

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Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on February 24, 2014 at 6:36pm

Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on October 13, 2013 at 12:54pm

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Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on September 30, 2013 at 5:43pm
Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on September 21, 2013 at 12:01pm Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) is a horrific, national blight. Our mission is to create critical Awareness and provide the necessary Resources so that turn the tragedy of Ellen's death into a triumph for others.

Every person has Every Great Reason to live, truly be alive and lead a wonderful life.

Every person has the right and opportunity to make a change, start over, and begin life again – particularly when they find themselves in a hopeless relationship situation,

The Every Great Reason Foundation provides an avenue for women who are seemingly shackled to courageously move forward with their lives.

Our charter is to create awareness about Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA), to help provide resources and support to other DVA organizations and to help women and their families with access to support, counseling, shelter, and necessary resources - so that they are empowered - with the realization and capabilities that they have Every Great Reason to begin a New Life. Ellen Gregory Robb was brutally murdered on December 22, 2006 while wrapping Christmas Presents in the kitchen of her suburban home on the Main Line of Philadelphia.

Her husband, University of Pennsylvania Professor Rafael Robb, pleaded guilty to her murder on November 26, 2007 in Montgomery County, PA. Ellen had hired a divorce attorney and was leaving on the day she was murdered. She planned to take her 12 year old daughter with her.

Ellen was literally hours away from Beginning A New Life.

Her Life and Spirit are carried forward in our Mission to create New Lives for Others.

Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on September 18, 2013 at 12:13pm


In Arizona, one or more children witness a Domestic Violence incident every 44 minutes.

Paint Phoenix Purple Logo
Domestic Violence Awareness

In Her Shoes Training Domestic Violence is one of the most widespread and dangerous health and safety challenges in our community today. In October, the city will Paint Phoenix Purple in observance of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Phoenix is committed to becoming a national leader in preventing and responding to domestic violence.

Your organization or household can support the campaign by coming up with unique ideas to “Paint Phoenix Purple”. The goal is to bring awareness to Domestic Violence and create a culture of change.

Clear Purple RibbonThe color purple and the use of the purple ribbon is a unifying symbol of courage, honor, survival and dedication towards halting domestic violence. Displaying purple throughout the community expresses a strong message there is no place for domestic violence in our community’s homes, neighborhoods, schools, or workplaces.

Paint Phoenix Purple is a local awareness campaign brought to you by a collaboration of more than 50 community, private and public organizations including the Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the O’Connor House and the City of Phoenix. The collaboration drafted a plan entitled ”Road Map to Excellence: Making the City of Phoenix a National Leader in Preventing and Ending Domestic Violence“. Paint Phoenix Purple is the inaugural initiative within the Awareness Campaign for the plan. To learn more about the plan, please visit the City’s website.

Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on September 15, 2013 at 8:49pm
Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on September 11, 2013 at 2:14pm

The City of Chandler Domestic Violence Commission is holding their
5th Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Breakfast
The date is September 26th at 8:00am at:
Tumbleweed Recreation Center at 745 East Germann Road, Chandler, AZ
Breakfast at 8:00am program from 8:30am to 9:30am
If you would like to attend please R.S.V.P. to

Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on September 11, 2013 at 2:04pm
Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on September 11, 2013 at 8:39am

Limits Overcome Violent Encounters L.O.V.E. Welcomes You
L.O.V.E. believes that having limits when it comes to relationships will prevent violent situations from happening by putting a stop to it before it starts.
This Domestic Violence organization is dedicated to help, support, and bring awareness to all victims known and unknown. Our goal is to educate, prevent, and encourage in hopes to save people just like you.

At Limits Overcome Violent Encounters (L.O.V.E.), we would like to bring awareness to everyone because Domestic Violence isn't a disease, it is not heredity, and it does not choose its victims based on race, color, origin, religious beliefs, etc. It does not discriminate, so our organization is dedicated to be a support system to ALL those who were victims, current victims and future victims.
NaQuia Lowery hosting L.O.V.E. Inc.'s 1st Annual Back to School Event
About the CEO/Founder:
NaQuia Lowery at the age of 26 founded this organization with hopes to save lives. Being a victim of Domestic Violence she fought the personal battle to transform into a SURVIVOR. NaQuia Lowery is a college graduate, motivated and determined individual, that enjoys helping others. Her goals are to turn victims into survivors, while educating others to help decrease domestic violence. Starting from the ground up and building L.O.V.E. Inc. into a successful, well known and respected non profit organization.

Comment by The Streets Don't Love You Back on September 6, 2013 at 11:05am

O'Connor House is an Arizona 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization with a mission to continue the legacy of retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor in solving important social, political and economic problems, and where "Civil Talk Leads to Civic Action."

Administrative Offices and Mailing Address:
4455 East Camelback Road, Suite A215
Phoenix, Arizona 85018

Phone: 602-730-3300
Fax: 602-840-1543

The historic adobe O'Connor House is situated on the campus of the Arizona Historical Society in Papago Park.

O'Connor House Location:
Arizona Historical Society
1300 North College Avenue
Tempe, Arizona 85281


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