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Issue #23
Facing Violence at Home

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Witnessing violence harms children, and children often enter foster care because of violence at home. But facing and ending violence can be complicated.

In this issue, parents explore
partner violence—the controlling patterns of batterers, the fights that flare up under stress, and the aggression driven by mental illness or substance abuse—and describe the steps they took to get violence out of their lives.

Separate but Happy
I confused loneliness with love, but I recognized abuse.

‘Mommy’s Going Away for a While’
I couldn’t change fast enough to bring my children home.

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