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“A lot of the time people think that we’re young, and so it [the domestic violence] can’t be that bad,” she said.
However, the shocking truth is that 23 percent of women who experience some form of partner violence in their lifetime report that the violence first occurred when they were between 11 and 17 years of age, according to the 2011 Center for Disease Control nationwide survey.
Most afternoons after school, I would get into trouble with my Mom because Benny made me stay with him while he worked on his car.
I was the girl who would say with pride that I would never let anyone, especially a boyfriend, hit me. He opened up to me immediately sharing the struggles with his family life growing up. He told me how his father was abusive to his mother and he hated him for it.
I knew that it existed in the world and I knew it was bad if it happened, but I had no idea it was called Domestic Violence, and I definitely had no idea how deeply dangerous, manipulative, gradual and lonely being abused was, until I met Phil. With the amazing upbringing I had experienced it was difficult for me to imagine living in a violent environment.
By: JM Oran A tender smile crosses Kimberly Segovia’s face when she checks her smartphone and notices a text message from her fiancé.
She lights up when she speaks about him, praising him for being patient and kind, and stepping in to be a father to her two children from previous relationships.
I wanted to support him and be there for him in any way he needed me.