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Sexual abuse is most commonly committed by someone a survivor knows, including an intimate partner.
There are many terms to describe sexual abuse in a relationship, including intimate partner sexual... Read more
Not all domestic abuse is physical, and some types of abuse can be hard to recognise. In fact, some people can live in an abusive relationship for years and not realise they’re experiencing abuse.... Read more
Domestic and family abuse is often described as something that happens in a pattern or cycle.
The domestic violence cycle of abuse proposed by psychologist Lenore Walker in the 1970s is still... Read more
If you’re experiencing domestic and family violence or abuse, you might like to prepare a domestic violence safety plan to increase your safety and look after yourself.
Including an escape plan in... Read more
Domestic and family violence comes in many forms. While every domestically violent relationship is based on power and control by the abuser, how this power and control is exerted can vary.
Many... Read more