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Being a liar is one of the most damaging insults you can hurl at another person. None of us wants to live or work with liars: they sow mistrust and shatter relationships. 60 per cent of adults can’t have a ten minute conversation without telling at least one lie. Facebook and Twitter have multiplied our opportunities to tell lies, and made...
When Faith Glosser Conaway was issued Protective Orders AGAINST HER from the 249th District Court of Texas, it opened the door to a "backstop" for her actions. But it's not an option that anyone wants to see actually get used. In October of 2017, Faith Conaway was given 8 pages of orders which included things like coming back to the...
If you, your church, agency, non-profit, or even on and individual level.... If you're not aware that some people are going to lie, then you're not making policiies, procedures, intake process, and being self aware of the fact that some people are -indeed- not telling the truth. When that happens (and, unfortunately it will) if you, your agency, your company,...
The Challenge One of the fundamental challenges to the credibility of sexual assault victims is that many – if not most – make statements to the law enforcement investigator or others that are incomplete, inconsistent, or just plain untrue. There are a number of reasons for this. In this Promising Practices article, we explore the causes of such problems with victim statements and...
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https://www.domesticshelters.org/domestic-violence-articles-information/men-experiencing-domestic-violence MAKE THIS INTO A LIST: Approximately 1 in 12 men in the U.S. (8.0%) has experienced sexual violence other than rape by an intimate partner in his lifetime. This includes being made to penetrate an intimate partner (2.2%), sexual coercion (4.2%), unwanted sexual contact (2.6%) and non-contact unwanted sexual experiences (2.7%). In the 12 months prior to taking the survey,...
https://www.domesticshelters.org/domestic-violence-articles-information/my-partner-is-trying-to-make-me-seem-crazy-nbsp-am-i-crazy The mind games abusers play can make a survivor feel like he or she is losing their mind. The effects can be longer lasting than physical abuse. In a survivor's mind, when an abuser is being physically violent, it is clear that the abuser is causing this. With psychological abuse, the perpetrator makes the victim believe he or she...