Musings of a one-eyed domestic violence survivor
12 months on since Hannah Clarke’s and her children’s murder, we finally see Queensland govt setting up a coercive control taskforce.
We learned a lot in 2020 and what really struck me was how we can actually slow down without losing momentum. Let’s keep working together!
Staying at home doesn’t mean we stop talking about domestic violence. There are ways we can continue raising awareness and we must keep going.
These are uncertain times and all the more we should be looking out for each other. One of the things we can do is to get to know our neighbours.
Words can’t describe how I am feeling about this right now. This has really taken me back a few steps as I could have been Hannah. Things need to change!
It was fantastic to be at the Stop Domestic Violence Conference seeing everyone come together to solve the epidemic we are in. Have a read of my experience.
Welcome to my new website. I thought I’ll write a blog to go along with the launch. Looking forward to hearing what you think, leave a comment to let me know!
Sometimes 10 minutes is all it’ll take to change the lives of a perpetrator and his victim. That was what it took to change mine. As perpetrators seems to be getting younger, we need to do something about this!
As the International Women’s Day draws closer, I thought I would remind everyone, including men too, on the need to treat yourself well before you can achieve better things. 🙂
This is a podcast that I recorded with Tracey recently on her show. Have a listen and please share if you can. Thank you!