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SPONSORED BT CARL TONE JONES--When people think of who the victims of domestic violence are, you think of the people whose faces are covered in bruises, hospitalized with injuries or dead. But domestic violence affects so many more. When people think of damages done by domestic violence, they think of fear, emotional damage to the victim, property, etc., but again, there is much more. The abstract, intangible damages are far more debillitating and damaging than physical scars or broken items, and because many of those things can't be seen or treated with standard prescriptions or categorized by a published case study, it goes untended and the underlying damage becomes a dangerous beast that affects more than the immediate parties of the incident. Join in tonight at 347-327-9967 at 10:30 pm EST.
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