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What’s working to manage survivor fears?
We are hosting a webinar provided by local public health nurses for our shelter residents on Thursday.
We also had this helpful graphic printed and posted in shelter.
Hmmm. That link didn’t work well. Let’s try this
Here is an interesting article:
When home isn’t safe: What the coronavirus pandemic means for domestic violence survivors
Hello all, This is a re-post from the NNEDV Safety Net Project:
“This is an extremely vulnerable time for survivors, and abusers are using it as an excuse to find new ways to exert control. While some of these tactics may be new and based on the public health crisis, the dynamics of power and control remain the same. Read the newest blog post from the Safety Net Project on Coercive Control During the Pandemic: How Abusers Are Using New Tactics to Exert Power and Control. ”
What do you think? Are these really new tactics or is the pandemic just providing a new appreciation for them? For example, long before the pandemic, survivors have shared that their partner was unreliable with childcare. Thoughts?
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