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My Take On Ray Rice And The NFL, From Brian Martin (VIDEO)

Posted 10.06.2014 | MarloThomas

When Brian Martin, founder of Children of Domestic Violence and author of Invincible, saw the video of Ray Rice hitting his wife, he felt grateful tha...

An Anger-Controlling Tool, From Brian Martin (VIDEO)

Posted 10.06.2014 | MarloThomas

Brian Martin, founder of Children of Domestic Violence and author of Invincible, has developed a technique for dealing with anger, called "DATA." The ...

A Dark Secret Of A Boy Who Grew Up As A Child Of Domestic Violence, From Brian Martin (VIDEO)

Posted 10.06.2014 | MarloThomas

Brian Martin, founder of Children of Domestic Violence and author of Invincible, revealed one of the worst parts of being a child of domestic violence...

NFL Teams Need to Lead Against Domestic Violence

Debbie Hines | Posted 12.06.2014 | Sports
Debbie Hines

There is no need for the 32 NFL teams to wait for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and his self-imposed deadline of the Super Bowl to start to take action against domestic violence.

It's on Us to Change the Conversation from #WhyIStayed to #HowIHelped

Kim Gandy | Posted 12.06.2014 | Impact
Kim Gandy

How do we turn the insight gleaned from the #WhyIStayed conversation into sustained action? We must honor these courageous survivors by working to end domestic violence.

Son of a Wife Beater: Behind the Curtains of Domestic Violence

Bishop George Bloomer | Posted 12.05.2014 | Religion
Bishop George Bloomer

As a follower of Christ and preacher of the gospel, I've been processing all of this for many years now. Consequently, I realize that hurt people tend to hurt people, and abused people tend to become abusers.

The NFL, Ray Rice, Whoopings and the Dalai Lama's Peace Zone.

Natalie Pace | Posted 12.05.2014 | Sports
Natalie Pace

The NFL has been tackled this year by violence - domestic violence, whoopings and concussions. I'll leave the sport and its rules to the NFL, but the issue of violence in the home is one that we should be long past by now.

Chris Johnson: NFL Players Think Goodell 'Had Access' To Ray Rice Tape

HuffPost Live | Rahel Gebreyes | Posted 10.03.2014 | HuffPost Live 321

Former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Chris Johnson doesn’t believe Roger Goodell’s story, and he says there aren't many NFL players who do. The N...

Companies May Ignore Domestic Abuse Prevention Out Of Fear Of Being Viewed As 'Anti-Male'

The Huffington Post | Robbie Couch | Posted 10.03.2014 | Impact

Domestic violence prevention programs aren't getting the support they need from corporate America because some companies may think the issue alienates...

How The Law Turns Battered Women Into Criminals

Buzzfeed | Posted 10.03.2014 | Women

The first thing Latricia Chance saw when she walked up to the apartment that October morning was a toddler, alone and shoeless, eating cereal on the d...

How The Law Lands Battered Women In Prison

BuzzFeed | Posted 10.02.2014 | Crime

Arlena Lindley’s boyfriend Alonzo Turner beat her for months and murdered her child — so why was she sent to prison for 45 years? A BuzzFeed News ...

Connect, Inspire and Heal: Reshape The Conversation Around Domestic Violence

Robin McGraw | Posted 03.04.2015 | Dr. Phil
Robin McGraw

To continue the national conversation about how we can put an end to domestic violence, my foundation, When Georgia Smiled, has partnered with Verizon to lead the second annual National Summit for a Dialogue on Domestic Violence: A Day to Connect, Inspire and Heal on Friday, Oct. 3. Our hope is that with all of us at the Summit and all of you who watch the live stream coming together, we can inspire each other to create new ideas for effective domestic violence prevention.

Security Begins and Ends in the Home

Mark Testoni | Posted 12.02.2014 | Impact
Mark Testoni

Ensuring the safety of those who can't defend themselves at home is at least as important as securing the nation from external threats.

The Face of Domestic Violence

Gregory C. Scott | Posted 12.01.2014 | Impact
Gregory C. Scott

When you hear the term domestic violence what do you think? Domestic violence is defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power or control over an intimate partner. Abuse does not discriminate.

WATCH: Super Bowl Champion Announces Campaign Against Domestic Violence

HuffPost Live | Posted 10.02.2014 | Sports

Seattle Seahawk Russell Wilson joins HuffPost Live. The Super Bowl champion quarterback will discuss his career in the NFL and his accomplishments on ...

Training Hawaii News video player

The Huffington Post | Amory Blaine | Posted 10.02.2014 | Training

A Honolulu police officer is being investigated after video footage from two separate incidents appears to show the officer assaulting his girlfriend....

All Is Unfair in Love and Domestic Violence

Morris W. O'Kelly | Posted 12.01.2014 | Sports
Morris W. O'Kelly

Those angry with LeBron James for simply changing employers began burning his jersey mere hours after the announcement, not waiting seven months to hopefully exchange them. I seem to have missed the videos of fans burning the Rice jerseys. Maybe changing teams is a greater offense than delivering a hook to the jaw of a woman in an elevator.

For Women, Gun Violence Often Linked to Domestic Violence

Josh Sugarmann | Posted 12.01.2014 | Politics
Josh Sugarmann

To prevent fatal violence against women, we need to ensure communities have the resources to help women who are the potential victims of domestic violence. Moreover, we should do everything we can at both the state and federal levels to ensure abusers do not have access to guns.

Second Chances

Dr. Donna Dannenfelser | Posted 11.30.2014 | Sports
Dr. Donna Dannenfelser

There needs to be a cultural change with the league's front office. It can no longer be the dirty little secret that no one wants to talk about. We're talking about it and we're talking loudly about it.

An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cure

Tom Sheridan | Posted 11.30.2014 | Business
Tom Sheridan

"What are the major social risks in my business?" and "Who are the partners I need to help mitigate that risk substantively and publicly?" and "What's the public policy goal we can partner around?"

Emma Gray

Gloria Steinem: 'When I Was Growing Up, There Was No Such Crime As Domestic Violence. It Was Called Life.' | Emma Gray | Posted 09.30.2014 | Women

When Gloria Steinem starts talking, you listen. And when she starts talking about domestic violence, she uses her voice to make you listen to the stor...

A Plea to the NFL

Shelley Bird | Posted 11.30.2014 | Sports
Shelley Bird

Why not take the incredible brand you have built, the media might that you command, and the economic muscle that you generate and commit the NFL to being a force for positive social change?

It's Not Only About Domestic Violence

Sally T. Prouty | Posted 11.28.2014 | Crime
Sally T. Prouty

It's about violence in general and it's about substance abuse! I do not know Ray Rice, his wife or anyone associated with recent incidents in the hea...

Linking Domestic Violence and Chronic Disease: An Issue Not in the Headlines

Society for Women's Health Research | Posted 11.29.2014 | Healthy Living
Society for Women's Health Research

Physical or sexual abuse, verbal abuse, nonverbal intimidation, financial exploitation and neglect can end up, directly or indirectly, causing a chronic disease. Addressing the full implications of domestic violence may prevent or lower that risk, ultimately saving money, time and, most importantly, lives.

How the Voluble National Conversation on Ray Rice's Domestic Violence Has Been Hush on Two of the Victims: His Child and the Aspiration of a Less Violent Future

Burke E. Strunsky | Posted 11.29.2014 | Crime
Burke E. Strunsky

We can marvel at a child's seemingly supernatural growth spurt in cognitive functioning -- for example, the enviable ability to learn language at speeds that leave most adult brains in the dust. But this sponge-like quality doesn't only absorb the positive stuff with breakneck efficiency; it's also highly susceptible to the negative.