Shepparton family violence survivors book.
Shepparton family violence survivor book.
The book and videos are from a women and children’s charity, The Women’s Protection Programme.
It is set in a community run by a survivor from Shepparton who has been given the support of charity and legal professionals for more than 20 years.
Shepparton survivor says she has been supported by charity and community members
After living and working in the community in Shepparton for 40 years she moved to a nursing home in Eastbourne with her second husband who is now living with her father.
The books were published in December and they will be in print over the next two years.
After more than two decades of working with the victim, the survivor’s lawyer, Susan Smith, said she felt the focus was on her and the families in the book, not her herself.
Shepparton woman who wrote book to fight family violence says she would like more
“I wanted to do the best for my daughter, which is why I made my book and videos, to give hope to people who do not receive help for family violence,” Smith said.
The books are written by a woman whose story, with the names Shepparton and Brown, are being told.
She said the book was about her own struggles following the loss of her husband and having her mother leave her.
She also said the book is not an attack on those living with family violence but on people who seek the help that she is trying to provide.
Smith, who is also the author of the Shepparton story, had the video taken of her as she walked down the road to her home and then later with the help of friends and a video producer.
“I’m not a murderer. I’m a survivor,” she 아산안마 아산출장마사지said.
Smith described her experiences as a victim of family violence.
“I couldn’t stand it anymore. I got on a bike and I tried to get away from the kids.
“There’s no place for anyone to hide away from abuse and the kids do not know the difference between father and daughter.
“I wasn’t in my right mind. I was suicidal. My body felt like a jelly roll. It wasn’t stable, I was out on a cycle. I couldn’t keep that down for the rest of my life,” she said.