Category Archives: Family Violence

It’s more than just violence

In a recent FB post an associate wrote “Real Men are not violent” But this overlooks a fundamental issue in family violence, there is more than just violence involved. What we need to be saying is Real Men don’t use … Continue reading

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Shocking murder reminds us that evil exists

The absolute shocking and brutal murder of a woman and her children can only be described as evil. Domestic Violence in all its forms is an unending problem in our society and education around respect is paramount to try and … Continue reading

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The Evil in our midst

I first wrote this article within days of the horrors of the Christchurch massacre when they were foremost in our minds. But I reflected that emotions and opinions were too raw so I held off to just now. Since the … Continue reading

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E = Encouragement

As part of the Acronym for R.E.S.P.E.C.T let’s go to E = Encouragement There are plenty of knockers in the world. One of the things that Aussies are noted for (and not in a good way) is we are the … Continue reading

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How “Toxic Masculinity” fails the pub test

A firestorm has erupted over the last week with Gillette releasing an ad which portrays aspects of “toxic masculinity” and then a call to men to do better. In the same week, the American Psychology Assoication (APA) released a comprehensive … Continue reading

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