you’re raging a war
least the day
is a place called “home”
and your fiercest enemy
is a man named “dad”
The effects of domestic violence on children, result from witnessing domestic violence in a home where one of their parents are abusing the other parent, plays a tremendous role in the well-being and developmental growth of children witnessing the violence.
A child who witness domestic violence at home often believe that they are to blame and that they live in a constant state of fear and are times more likely to be victims of child abuse.
Close observation and early intervention will play an important role in saving a child from further abuse. A child witnessing abuse or ( is being abused) may have dysfunctions or changes in their physical, behavioral, emotional, and social areas of life.
So, if you know one and or if you are one, know that you are not alone.
FIND YOUR WAY OUT AND SEEK HELP!!!
Posted in support of Perak Women for Women Society
The PWW Centre
15 Market Street
Tel : 05-2469715
As I continue my saga on my campaign against violence, I would like to thank Jules of dailyjewelsbyjules.wordpress.com for weaving stars and sending them in from the US to Malaysia.
“Stars mean different things to different people. For travelers, stars tell them where they are, where they are going. For others, they are just little lights in the sky. For scholars, they are the world of the unknown, yet to be discovered and understood. For my businessman, they are gold. But all stars stay silent. And you? No one else in the world will see the stars as you do… For you, and only for you, the stars will always be laughing.”’
—The Little Prince—-
Thank you Jules for making someone happy with your stars. Thank you for being the kind of star we all need today.
For those who want to join please see the link below on how to weave the stars :