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Too apparel: Women’s underwear, we donate a pair to women’s & children’s shelters for every pair purchased

            Too Apparel is a “buy-one, give-one” women’s apparel company.  Currently we offer 4 styles of women’s underwear and we donate a new pair of undies to a women and children’s shelter for every pair we sell.  We also sell gift certificates to help make gifting panties a little easier.  […]

Domestic Shelter Mobile Agency Resource

I want to introduce DomesticShelters.org.  There is nothing like being in a domestic violence relationship to make one feel isolated and without hope. Domestic Shelters is starting to give women hope in any zip code in North America.  A special thank you to the tech guys who made this dream a reality.  Shelters can be […]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Celebrate with a .99 cent copy of Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  Have you got your copy of Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT yet?  For the month of October the price is only ,99 cents for the ebook. Ebook link: Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/148718 “True emotional intelligence is something recognized and respected but rarely taught and discussed, […]

Abusers frequently have the following characteristics:

This information was shared by Abuse No More on Facebook.  It is a wonderful list, full of validation for those living with domestic violence. Abusers frequently have the following characteristics: Often blow up in anger at small incidents. He or she is often easily insulted, claiming hurt feelings when he or she is really very […]

Blue Ink Review on Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT

Anger is OKAY Violence is NOT  Blue Ink Review Julie K. Federico Tate Publishing, 28 pages, (paperback) $8.99, 9781618622273 (Reviewed: July, 2012) Anger is OKAY, Violence is NOT, written by Julie Federico and illustrated by Glori Alexander, is a thoughtful, much-needed addition to pre-school teachers’ and social workers’ libraries. With vibrant, TV-cartoon-like illustrations and simple, […]

101 Great Sources for Domestic Violence Prevention

Today’s domestic violence resource link is made possible by Ryanne Gardiner Content Editor @SocialWrkDegree. 101 Great Sources for Domestic Violence Prevention: http://www.socialworkdegree.net/domestic-violence-prevention Ryanne has worked diligently to compile domestic violence resources from around the nation. I have not seen a more comprehensive list! Thank you to Ryanne for sharing the list and completing all of […]

Group Author Book Signing: March 29, 2014

Multiple Denver Authors will be at the Tradesmart on 3/29/14 Come by and support local authors from 1-3pm. Event Date: March 29, 2014 Event Time: 1:00-3:00 p.m. Location: Tradesmart 8500 West Crestline Ave. Littleton, CO 80123 Phone: (303) 904-2672 Map Link: http://www.thetradesmart.com/locations.html Welcome to Tradesmart. Let us turn your unwanted entertainment into CASH or EVEN […]

Letter to Colorado General Assembly regarding domestic violence legislation

I attended a rally with Mom’s Demand Action in October.  They asked the group to write letters to Senator’s and Representatives at the Colorado General Assembly.  It has taken me some time, better late than never.  Below is my letter you can cut and paste this and send it to your representative.  They need to hear […]