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Welcome to a place I hope you can find some answers & solutions to what ever kind of abuse you or a loved one has gone through. 
For myself I have suffered Sexual , Emotional , Verbal , and Physical abuse. Today I found a way out, a way to heal the past. It took me a long time. 11 years of therapy and  the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous & Al_Anon and a loving God of my understanding. I also read a lot of books on it . Making this page helps me to. It is only what I put into my recovery today , how close I am to my God and my attitude.
Thank you for stopping by and again take your time, get the help necessary and be good to you!!! No one deserves to be treated like garbage! God didn't make junk!!
God Bless Hugs Donna S.

What is abuse? It means to misuse, to use improperly, to use up, or to injure by maltreatment. Let me give you a brief definition of the four types of abuse.

Sexual abuse: considered to be the most degrading and offensive. It consists of molestation, rape, incest, exhibitionism, voyeurism, obscene phone calls, etc.

Emotional abuse: withholding of love, attention, loving touches, or words of acceptance. Love is only given based on acceptable performance, etc.

Abandonment: would fall under the category of emotional abuse and can occur when one or both parents leave the child physically or mentally. Adults can also experience the devastating effects of abandonment if important people in their lives leave suddenly or violently.

Verbal abuse: People must hear loving words of acceptance to develop properly. Verbal abuse can be overt or covert. Overt: aggressive, angry words which tell you that you are flawed or unacceptable Covert: loving words withheld

Physical abuse: beatings, unfair discipline, locked in closets or dark rooms, food withheld, etc.

The effects of abuse can be devastating and long lasting. Many people never recover from abuse.
Many of you reading this article have also been abused, or you deal with someone in your life who comes from an abusive, dysfunctional background.  Click on Help for the Healing and see what Joyce Meyer has to say.

For help call the Domestic Violence Hotline 
1-800-799-SAFE (TTY 1-800-787-3224)
There you can talk to a professional in complete confidence.


What to Take With You When You Leave an Abuser - A Planning Checklist


"If I had a brick for every 'I'm sorry, I'll never do it again' I heard from my abuser, I could build a stairway  to the moon"  ~Lady Madona~

Knights of Kindness Haven of Hope

I would like to welcome all to the Knights of Kindness Haven of Hope. This group is here to support victims and survivors of Domestic Violence. We also have members familiar with other forms of abuse.


Emotional and physical abuse.
Both cross all socioeconomic classes and all cultures.
And neither is acceptable.

Work to end abuse: in your home in your family in your community.

Womanspace, Inc.

is a nonprofit agency providing an array of services to women in crisis in the Mercer County, NJ area. Womanspace has both residential and non-residential services and no one is turned away due to inability to pay. Womanspace receives funding from the state of New Jersey, Mercer County, United Way of Greater Mercer County, private donations and grants.

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If you or a friend have been sexually assaulted...


Anger Management Online
Anger Management is the program people are choosing for help in learning successful new behavioral techniques in anger management. will coach you into making positive changes in your life and re-focus you toward effective problem solving skills. We will teach you successful boundary setting and assertive communication skills. Anger Management will teach you the appropriate tools to manage your anger for a life time by helping you to understand that anger is an emotion and not a behavior.


Pray. Pray hard and pray long. God has given us many blessings in our lives and has given us knowledge of right and wrong. Discernment. If something feels wrong, act on it. Pray on it. Ask God for the strength to protect His children.


Abuse in families can take many forms. It may be physical, sexual, emotional, verbal, or a combination of any or all of those. Neglect - when parents don't take care of the basic needs of the children who depend on them - can be a form of abuse.


This page is dedicated especially to all the children
around the world who have
not only lost their innocence,
but in many cases their lives due to
some form of abuse or maltreatment.
God Bless them all.



Neglect is probably the hardest type of abuse to define. Neglect occurs when a child doesn't have adequate food, housing, clothes, medical care, or supervision. Emotional neglect happens when a parent doesn't provide enough emotional support or deliberately and consistently pays very little or no attention to a child. But it's not neglect if a parent doesn't give a kid something he or she wants, like a new computer or a cell phone


Family violence can affect anyone, regardless of religion, color, or social standing. It happens in both wealthy and poor families and in single-parent or two-parent households. Sometimes parents abuse each other, which can be hard for a child to witness. Some parents abuse their children by using physical or verbal cruelty as a way of discipline. Both girls and guys can experience abusive physical punishment by a parent

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