Breaking free

Lamble, Jo
November 2011
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);11/21/2011, Vol. 62 Issue 47, p88
The article focuses on the plan to fight and escape from domestic violence. It states five to 10 percent of Australian women have been affected by domestic abuse. Domestic abuse can take different forms including physical, verbal, sexual and social. It states domestic violence is also the major cause of homelessness for women and children. It states escaping an abusive relationship requires careful planning and a great deal of support.


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