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You are calling me a liar!

And you wonder why I am about to explode! When I tell you about my relationship and you don't believe me, you are calling me a liar. When I say I am being abused physically, emotionally or mentally and you don't believe me, you are calling me a liar. You perpetuate the silence surrounding domestic violence. You are a part of the problem. In order to help alleviate domestic violence, the victim must be believed. Yes, before you ask or question, there are cases of false testimony, but this is not the majority of cases. In fact, most of the cases of dv/ipv are not reported because it is harder for the victim to be believed than the abuser. STOP where you are right now! Trust and believe in the victim and help save a life.

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