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Each time I go for an annual checkup, I am asked to complete a form about domestic abuse: is someone abusing me physically, sexually, emotionally or otherwise?
Children are resilient. That's something we hear all the time and for the most part it's true. Children often cope with big changes, illnesses or even deaths better than adults do.
When we think of ill-treatment against women, we tend to look outside our own environment -- even our own country.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention month, which evolved, according to the website of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) fro
“I m not sure what’s more terrifying, leaving my husband or fearing his next attack? I used to be a confident person; I don’t even know who I am anymore. I feel worthless and paralyzed.
We know that people get sexually transmitted diseases.
Our nation is slowly beginning to understand that prevention is a more effective, cost-saving endeavor.
Slut. According to the dictionary: “a dirty, immoral or untidy woman”.
“Please fill out your name tag with something that empowers you.”
I have just walked into a room lined with exhibition tables and filled with a group of people – mostly women – whose ...
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EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!