The groundbreaking book written by Dr. Susan Weitzman after many years of research on upscale violence. It’s the first book of its kind to lift the veil of silence on abuse in families with advanced educations and higher than average incomes. [...]
PLEASE, BE SMART AND STAY SAFE.
Computer Safety. Protect yourself by deleting your search history. Click the Computer Safety link to learn how. Why? It’s a control thing. An abuser is likely to keep tabs on everything you do. He can get very angry if he finds sites like ours on your computer. Consider doing searches at the library or on a friend’s computer.
National Domestic Abuse Hotline. You can visit online, but calling may be safer because it’s not traceable. The hotline helps victims, their friends and family. It’s free, totally confidential, staffed by knowledgeable people and you can call as often as you like. The Hotline can connect you to your local DV services and shelters.
Call National Hotline @ 800-799-SAFE (7233) or 800-787-3224 (TTY)
Don’t be afraid to call 911 if you (or your children) are in imminent danger.