Why Domestic Abuse is Everyone

Don't look away when you hear of domestic abuse. Your actions play a role in solving this epidemic and is critical to ending it.

Why Are My Family Members Siding With Him?

It can be confusing and even traumatic when your family continues a tight relationship with your ex. But, it doesn't mean they love him more than you.

I am Mad as Hell that Abusers are Winning Custody

Thousands of children around the world are being forced into the hands of abusers by the actions of family courts and it's got to stop

When And Why You Should Seek Full Custody During Divorce

Domestic abusers make up a high percentage of fathers seeking custody and they are winning in courtrooms around the United States


One by one, we are coming out of the shadows and humanizing the victims of domestic abuse. Shame lives in silence.

"How to Co-Parent with An Abusive Ex and Keep Your Sanity"

Not all divorced parents should be co-parenting. Here, you can read excerpts from Julie Boyd Cole's ebook about what to do if you are forced to

Domestic Abuse Takes Center Stage Again, But With A Twist

CNN reporter, ESPN/HBP reporter banned from ringside of the biggest boxing event in a decade because they asked fighter about his domestic abuse past

9 Things To Consider Before Divorcing An Abuser

If you are considering leaving an abusive ex, whether they are physically abusive or not, you need to think through some important steps

Survey Results: The Realities Of Co-parenting Abuse Victims Face

Thank you to those who took the anonymous survey and added the growing data of the experience victims face after divorce.

Tips To Protect Childhood When You Are Parenting With An Abuser

There are some steps you can take to help offset the damage of an abusive parent in your child's life.

Domestic Abusers Should Not Be Co-Parents

It's time to state the obvious, when one parent has spent the relationship being abusive to the other, co-parenting post breakup is dangerous 

Preliminary Statistics Highlight Flaws In Child Custody Standards

For the last few days, I have been collecting data about domestic abuse and child custody through an anonymous and publically posted survey.

Can You Co-parent With A Domestic Abuser?

The general consensus among child experts is that co-parenting is the best for children of divorce, except in the case of domestic abuse.

Thinking of Divorcing an Abusive Spouse? It

There is so much to think about when considering divorce, much less considering divorcing an abuser. Thinking before you act will get you though.