This is the first in a seven-part series on the effects of domestic violence.
We tend to think of domestic violence as something that happens on the other side of town, the poor side of town. The truth is, no town, no neighborhood is immune to abuse. It’s just much easier to hide when you have money, power and influence. Domestic violence doesn’t always mean blood or broken bones. Sometimes it’s not the body, it’s the mind, the heart and the spirit that sustain the most damage.