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The Stop Abuse Campaign prevents Adverse Childhood Experiences (Childhood trauma) through public policy and public education. We choose specific, actionable campaigns that help protect children from trauma like abuse and neglect. You’ll find our campaigns below.

Our  blog provides news, views, and education on childhood trauma, how to prevent it, and our current campaigns.

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Hierarchy of abuse

Hierarchy of abuse

Society has ranked types of abuse in a hierarchy society considers most to least bad, and even buckets abuse into legitimate and illegitimate categories.

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COVID-19 quarantined with kids

COVID-19 quarantined at home with kids? Exhausted, overwhelmed, anxious? Make a plan before emotions flare. Find creative outlets for that extra energy.

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Kobe Bryant was no hero

Kobe Bryant was no hero

Kobe Bryant is a superstar. A star on the court his success a legend. But was Kobe a hero? We should question that because heroes don’t abuse women.

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Reforming family court

Reforming family court

How many stories have you heard about disastrous family court decisions? Available after through the archive at www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways   There are too many stories about dangerous and ridiculous custody determinations that occur in America’s family...

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Gaslighting by the courts

Gaslighting by the courts

Family Court’s failure to recognize abuser legal tactics creates a pretend world that mimics the gaslighting tactics used by abusers.

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