The Rapid Response

So many people in abusive marriages are told to remain because things will get better. “That’s what life allotted to you. You chose them, you just have to bear it;” they are told. But in this community, it’s not acceptable!

As I have heard and experienced some of the confusion victims of abuse face, I can empathise with their situation and help them. I now run a weekly book writing club to encourage people to write about their experiences.

No one should have to take abuse or endure it and I hope my work empowers more people to say NO to domestic violence and take action against it.

That’s why I talk about it. It’s easier to empathise when you’ve been through something and not just read about it.

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Make your tenner go further for after…

Dear all, I hope you are well. I wanted to let you know I have started a crowdfunding project for which I am aiming to raise £2,000. I would love it if you could donate using the link below to Continue Reading …

FREE board game cards to download

Board game cards for the family! Continue Reading …

Money matters: Sainsbury’s bank

Take a look at this! Teaching Kids to Save By Money Matters Team 24/10/2019 Family Tips Future Guide to teaching kids to save Saving money isn’t always easy, no matter what age you are. As you begin your life as a parent Continue Reading …