A woman/man can be in Abuse for many years in fear sometime scared to move. Thinking one day a change is going to come. Some of the abuse is not heard about. It is sometimes kept hidden and many times some find themselves right back in the same patterns and cycles of abuse.
Make A Plan to GET OUT!
File restraining orders
Get local Authorities involved and show up to court.
Take fight defense Classes to protect yourself.
Keep all personal information out of abuser sight. They will destroyed everything you own as soon as they find out you are leaving.
Talk to family, friends and others let them know what is happening and how to feel.
Hides all new address, telephone numbers, and new job information and keep them hidden in a safe place
Start packing hide boxes of clothes where they won't notice or have family and friends store them for you.
If you have children. File an order with their school for special permission pick-ups.
Join a local church.
Look for centers that can help you join a group of others.
You may have tried to make this person happy. Now its time to take care of you and make yourself happy and prepare yourself towards the road of freedom.
Domestic Violence Month is October the color is PURPLE
Places you can go for help:
Dial 211, or if it is an emergency please call 911
Missing Pieces Publishing is a Company that writes books about Child Abuse, Child Neglect, and Domestic Violence is taking a stand to say
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National network to end domestic violence
Indianapolis, Indiana Police Department for restraining orders
National Domestic Violence Hot line 24 hours
National Coalition Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence laws
Most of the laws relevant to domestic violence and sexual assault are based on state law. This includes restraining or protection orders, divorce, custody, crimes, and more. There are also federal laws that may be relevant to your situation, including immigration, firearm and military laws.
Coburn place safe haven
Beacon of hope center for woman
Crisis Hotline (317)-731-6140
Click below for emergency Shelter.
Emergency shelter list by county
Child Abuse color is BLUE
the awareness month is April
Signs and Symptoms
A child feels they are not love, they feel alone, they feel loss and left to defend for themselves without unsupervised.
They began to withdraw from others.
They hide to protect their scars, when ask what happen they will tell a lie such as I failed down, not knowing they are protecting the abuser.
There is fear,anxiety , they are jumpy, shaky they are nervous sad sometime needing medication.
Uncontrollable crying from pain and being hurt when touched
Broken bones unhealed old and new
Bruises old and new
Some bed wet from sexual molestation scared to go to bathroom during the night from fear of being attacked or rape.
Never taken to the Doctor, or have Appointments to see the Doctor.
In school some make good grades, scared of failure, Trying very hard to get it right and to be good because they have been told repeatedly they are bad.
They have Anger, because no one knows their hurt no one see the scars they cover up they become withdrawn failure to thrive suicide thoughts they began.
Scared to go home, some runaway.
Rage behaviors: Some children in early teen years use drugs, alcohol, teen violence, senseless crimes, cutting themselves, homeless, prison, murder, some teens grow up to repeat the abuse cycle that leads to Domestic Violence. Sometimes abuse is the only thing they know.
Hungry they are not getting the required amount of food for energy and health some pocketing food saving it for later, eating out of trash cans, begging for food always hungry.
Note to Readers
When a child is reaching out sometimes there is no one to reach back. These are some of the signs and symptoms that Connie had went through In her Book Missing Pieces Revealed. Some Children don’t understand why they are being hurt or not loved.
REACH BACK AND SAVE A CHILD.
If you Know of any Child that is being abuse Please!
Prevent Child Abuse 1-800-Children
NOTICE: What;s going on with abused Children
EVALUATE: Look for Signs and Symptoms
CONQUER: Stop! Help! Fight! to Prevent Child Abuse
Channel 13 News Indianapolis, Indiana is partnering with prevent Child Abuse, Kids can't wait and shattering the silence.
WRTV 6 NEWS
Indianapolis Police Department
Riley Child Development Center
IU Health Child protection program services
St, Vincent : Child Protection center Peyton Manning Childrens Hospital have lot of recourse and links
here is the website
Department of Child Services
To all other if you see it, hear it, REPORT it. You may be saving a life
Once a young child is abused, it leaves scars. When Connie was a very young girl, her abuse started at the age of eight after her mother’s death. The physical abuse, verbal abuse, sexual abuse and the fear she endured left her feeling rejected, and she began to lose trust in others in fear of being hurt. A lot of times she found herself the doctor of her wounds. When she was free of the abuse that she experienced in her childhood, she repeated the same cycle of abuse in adulthood. Why? Patterns, no guidance, no structure, no protection. Later on in her life when she met her first love, he had different hidden patterns but not of abuse of mental issues that steamed from his childhood, and wow, did he beat Connie! So, the cycle rotates, it moves like a wheel, and it trickles down from one abused person sometimes to the next abused person. controlling demanding, verbal abuse, physical abuse, social abuse, mental abuse, hurt, pain, and fear are all part of the cycle. A child growing up without their parents’ love, protection and guidance leads to patterns such as these, tearing some lives completely apart.
Earlene Walker Owner and Founder of Missing Pieces Publishing is taking a stand with all others to say NO! STOP! DON"T DO THAT!
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