Kirstie Farmer In June 2012, Kirstie joined the CEDAR Project as a National Development Worker. Kirstie joined Scottish Womens Aid as Participation Worker in March 2009 Her role involves supporting the national CEDAR network, including supporting the establishment of new CEDAR projects across Scotland, delivery of training, provision of information and resources, and support with […]
10 things you can do
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What is domestic abuse?
Your confidence goes, and the thing is it doesn't start, it's a gradual thing that grinds you away and grinds you away until there's nothing left.
Domestic abuse is persistent and controlling behaviour by a partner or ex-partner which causes physical, sexual and/or emotional harm. It often gets worse over time. It is very common. In most cases, it is experienced by women and children and is perpetrated by men. More about domestic abuse