National Domestic Violence Hotline

Need Help? Just need to talk it out with someone? Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline. No one will force you to do anything.  In the U.S., call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) for the National Domestic Violence Hotline

2 Responses to National Domestic Violence Hotline

  1. de says:

    why now? after 6 years I’m still having recurring memories. when will they go away
    I can’t sleep. my sister said I have ptsd. put how do you tell, how do you ask for help
    I’m 73 now. I live alone in the middle of no where. I read the news about a young boy
    that died in the garage from cold. this drives me nuts, my husband would lock me in
    the garage after our young daughter went to bed. so the memories start up again.
    help them go away , all the bad memories locked inside my head. empty it i need space
    so many people just make a matinee out of me. oh this is so interesting ! but its not
    its insomia, its anxiety, its fear, sadness ,its social withdrawal , its not life.

    • Healing isn’t a one and done. As things come up, sometimes we are at a loss for how to process the cruelty endured years ago and need to reach out. Domestic violence agencies don’t put a time limit on counseling and are there to help at no charge. You deserve a life of peace.

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