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Safety and Violence Prevention for stalking and domestic violence victims

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Susan Murphy Milano

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Anny Jacoby is the President of The Realistic Self Defense Company, raising awareness and skills to reduce susceptibility in response to violence. Anny says: “God created Woman, from man’s ribs, not from his feet to be stomped or kicked, not from his hand to be slapped or hit, not from his head to be superior, BUT… From his side to be equal, from under his arm to be protected, And next to his heart to be loved unconditionally” And singer and songwriter Kama Linden is a fireball of energy, passion, and versatility. This gutsy lyricist catches you (and catches you off guard) with her edgy lyrics and voice. She is currently a victim of an obsessed Thousands of people are abused, battered, stalked, and killed by their current and former intimate partners, lovers and spouses everyday. Susan Murphy-Milano violence expert and author of "Defending Our Lives, getting away from domestic violence & staying safe and Moving Out, Moving On when a relationship goes wrong. And her new book out in July 2009,"Time's Up, how to leave and survive a dangerous relationship ,offers detailed practical information. Like your own guardian angel giving listeners guidance on what to do when you are in an abusive relationship, attempting to leave to creating a road map to safety every step of the way. As a violent expert and author she speakers from experience. Her voice has been featured on Oprah, 20/20, The Justice Files, US News & World Report, USA Today, Family circle magazine, CNN, NBC's Sunday Today and she comments regularly on headlines making the news. Susan can be heard co-hosting the popular weekly radio show, “Justice Interrupted,” , every Tuesday at 10:00 PM CST, with police officer, Stacy Dittrich, and prosecutor, Robin Sax, highlighting cases that have not received the media attention they deserve. Visit Susan's website at http://www.susanmurphymilano.com

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