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Understanding financial abuse

Domestic and family violence can take many forms – it can include many different types of behaviour including verbal, physical, sexual, emotional, social, spiritual, and psychological abuse. One form of domestic violence which is often overlooked is financial abuse. Financial abuse can leave victims isolated and anxious, limiting their independence and their ability to effectively parent or look after basic needs.

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How to be a better listener

Effective listening is the key to good communication. Many disagreements in relationships occur when people think others are not listening (and therefore not understanding) them. Whether miscommunication arises in the home, workplace, or with friends, effective listening skills go a long way towards addressing misunderstandings and establishing healthier communication patterns. Here are some things you can try to improve your listening skills:

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Steps towards a healthy relationship

Maintaining a healthy relationship is not always easy, but worth the effort. Creating strong and respectful partnerships have many benefits. Here we outline some tips and techniques that may help build a healthy (and happy) relationship with your partner.

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Supporting someone experiencing domestic violence

As a trusted friend, family member or community worker, your support may be key to helping someone who is experiencing domestic violence.

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