1 woman is killed every 4 days as a direct result of domestic abuse. Domestic abuse continues to be an issue which seriously affects the lives of women and children in Buckinghamshire. We know that abuse can happen to anyone which is the central message of a new ‘Love Should Not Hurt’ campaign by Women’s Aid. The hard hitting information film is inspired by real life stories of survivors and shows the devastating impact of physical violence and coercive control.
Mel B has become a patron of Women’s Aid and features in the new film. She shares her own experiences of domestic abuse in an interview on the web page alongside the new awareness video. Both can be found here:
Please be aware, like abuse, you may find this film distressing and should be mindful of the possibility that it could be triggering. If you are affected by any of the issues in the film please call the National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247 or visit Reduce the Risk | Dedicated to the safety of adults and children at risk of domestic abuse (reducingtherisk.org.uk) Love Should Not Hurt – Womens Aid.
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