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Where To Get Help If You Are a Victim of Domestic Violence

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What Can You Do When You Experience Abuse at Home

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What Can You Do If You Hear Loud Screaming, Crying or a Call For Help From Your Neighbor's Home?

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What Should You Do If You Are a Bystander Who Happens to Witness Domestic Violence?

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Domestic violence is not limited to just physical abuse. Learn more about the issue through our video series. Hear the nuanced thoughts, views, and the importance of being an "active bystander".
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Build self-awareness and learn to recognise the telltale signs of domestic abuse through a specially curated line-up of insightful articles written by victims, survivors and their loved ones.
Read these insightful articles. Reflect on your personal behaviours. Recognise actions that might be considered abuse.

“Can I Show You Something?”

“Can I Show You Something?”

It dawned upon me that things were getting out of control. A month before this, I had ignored her text messages. Couples do quarrel at times. I had no idea that her husband would turn violent. I am now looking at photos of her bruised arm that she sent.

I could clearly remember that episode and how I felt. Sarah (not her real name) is a highlyeducated person. Her husband is a well-known

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Watch Your Mouth!

Watch Your Mouth!

I grew up listening to my mother’s advice: “Jaga mulut. Kerana mulut, badan binasa.” * It’s an old Malay adage that tells us to be mindful of our words. When we say the wrong things, our body will suffer the consequences.

I could not understand fully what this means. I was naïve. I thought that I must be silent and obedient in order to protect my own interest. But I was terribly

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What Have I Done Wrong?

What Have I Done Wrong?

She sat across me with a dejected look. “What have I done wrong?” she asked.

No one can fully understand the trauma and pain that survivors of domestic violence had to go through. Every single day is a dilemma, a psychological burden. This is the story of Desi.

Desi and Shawn had a whirlwind romance. They were married for five years. But most times, their relationship was rock

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A Smile is All I Need

A Smile is All I Need

I tried to stop him. But he always seemed bigger than me. Even though I’m no longer a small boy––I’m 22 this year––I’ve always feared Dad. He was the reason I ran away from home four years ago. But running away did not solve my problems. I had slept in void decks, stayed with friends, skipped school and worked as a cleaner in a restaurant. Three months later, I came ho

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May Your Force Not Be On Her

May Your Force Not Be On Her

“But I have needs too!” he protested.

“Of course. And I do recognise that sexual urges can be powerful,” I said. “But you cannot force yourself on your wife.”

It took a while for Peter to process what I just said. Why not, he might be thinking. If a man is married to his wife, shouldn’t he be entitled to sex?

“Peter,” I coaxed him. “Do you love your wife

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Ah Kong

Ah Kong

“What time is it, May?”

“3am daddy, go to sleep”

“What time is it ah?”

“It’s 3.11am daddy, go to sleep.”

“What time now?”

“Eh, can you stop disturbing me or not?! I need to wake up early tomorrow to go to work. Get out!”

“I am hungry, can you make something for me, May?”

SLAP SLAP SLAP

That was the first time,

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Contact Information

Mailing Address:

Jurong Point Post Office

PO Box 455

Singapore 916416

 

Tel. No:

1800 777 0000

(National Anti-Violence Hotline)

 

Email:

enquiry@casaraudha.org

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