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Here are the top ten articles for the Domestic Violence Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Celebrities and Domestic Violence
Yes, even famous people abuse or are the victims of domestic violence. Here is a look at some cases that have made headlines over the years.

2. Power and Control - One Woman's Story
This is one womanīs story of how her abuser is still trying to control and manipulate her and her child even after no cantact for nearly 5 years.

3. Resources for Battered Men
Resources for a man who is experiencing abuse. This is an updated listing.

4. Color Me Butterfly Book Review
In Color Me Butterfly author L.Y. Marlow shares the story of four generations of women in her family who suffered years of abuse and violence. Their stories are testaments of overcoming pain and embracing triumph.

5. Sociopaths and Domestic Violence
A look at what sociopaths are and how their personality disorder can lead to domestic violence in a relatiosnhip

6. Life After Abuse
When you finally get away from your abuser, what will life be like? Maybe you were abused for years and canít remember what it was like to NOT be abused! Recovery and healing after the relationship is over can be as scary as the relationship was.

7. Domestic Violence Site Map

8. Amy's Law
Chris never showed any signs of abuse while they were married. The marriage became rocky and after trying counseling, Amy wanted a divorce; Chris didnít.

9. Intimate Partner Violence Statistics
Statistics gathered from the Centers for Disease Control appear in this article as well as consequences seen from IPV.

10. Protecting Yourself After Abuse
When you finally get away from your abuser, it is possible to keep him/her from finding you or ruining your credit.



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