A Cry For Justice

Awakening the Evangelical Church to Domestic Violence and Abuse in its Midst

Red Flags in New Relationships

Red Flags in New Relationships

Assessing men who present as victims of family violence but who may actually be the primary aggressors (PDF).
This training was part of the No To Violence 2012 Australasian Conference on Responses to Men’s Domestic Violence and Family Violence. The training as presented by Nathan DeGuara, Victims Support Officer, Victims Support Agency, Dept of Justice, Victoria, Australia. Nathan drew on the work of the Victims Support Agency and No To Violence in assisting practitioners to assess whether men who are referred — or who present — as victims of intimate partner violence are the victim or the one perpetrating violence.
Bursting the Bubble
A site for teenagers and young people about domestic abuse
Note: not a Christian site
Deal Breakers:  Advice to Unmarried Women (and Daughters)
Blog post by Natalie Klejwa at Visionary Womanhood.  You can also get it as a PDF which you can print off and share.
For Love or Money
A 7 minute video highlighting the serious and harmful nature of financial abuse. Financial abuse is hard to recognize and it can happen to anyone in any relationship.
How to Spot a Liar
From Online Psychology Degree
Relationship Red Flags
from LoserRx
This is How Victim-Blaming Logic Would Play out in Everyday Scenarios
3 one-minute videos that each feature an ordinary setting in which one character uses victim-blaming behavior to excuse their problematic actions, similar to the victim-blaming actions in cases of sexual assault and domestic abuse.

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