domestic abuse

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Safer’s First Easter Egg Hunt

What?: Safer’s First Easter Egg Hunt

Hippity hop to the Friends of Safer’s first Easter Egg Hunt hosted in the grounds of Government House with kind permission from His Excellency Sir Ian Corder and Safer’s Patron Lady Corder.

The fun starts at 11am on Sunday 2nd April but as there are limited spaces get your tickets early to avoid disappointment!

Parking is available at Government House.

There will be refreshments, face painting, glitter tattoos, Easter Bunny and of course the egg hunt!

All funds will be going to the Friends of Safer,

20 Diversion Tactics

20 Diversion Tactics Highly Manipulative Narcissists, Sociopaths And Psychopaths Use To Silence You

Sometimes we come across an article that really strikes a chord with our supporters and website visitors. Recently we shared an article on our Facebook page outlining tactics that can be used in an abusive relationship and received a lot of feedback on it. We’d love to hear any comments you’ve got and if you’re concerned that you or a friend or family member may be experiencing abuse please do call us on 721999 to talk it through. We’re always available for information and support.

http://thoughtcatalog.com/shahida-arabi/2016/06/20-diversion-tactics-highly-manipulative-narcissists-sociopaths-and-psychopaths-use-to-silence-you/

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Performing Arts Students – Speak Up Performance

Domestic Abuse Performance

The Second Year Performing Arts Students at the Guernsey College of Further Education have been creating a piece for Safer and will be performing this on 1st and 2nd March at the Princess Royal Centre for Performing Arts.

The students have explored all aspects of domestic abuse and their piece aims to raise awareness of the wide ranging impact and the victim’s journey.

We had a small taster of the performance at the All You Need is Love Ball and we are excited to see the whole performance!

Relaunch of Speak Up Facebook Page

The evenings will also relaunch the Speak Up Facebook page run by the Youth Commission.

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Domestic Abuse – Are you being stalked online?

As our lives become more and more digital we very often hear our clients say that they don’t understand how their partner/ex/stalker knows where they are all the time. How are they finding out? How can they hear conversations when they were nowhere near? How do they know what you’re wearing, who you’ve been texting, what your plans are??

Stalking someone online has never been easier with apps specifically built for this purpose, to be hidden in your computer or mobile device and listen in and track your life. Sounds very James Bond, doesn’t it? Well, abusers don’t have to have masses of technical knowledge to be able to do this.

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Animal Lovers Wanted!

Sometimes we receive calls from people who desperately need to escape an abusive situation but are unable to find somewhere to go with their beloved pets. Very often our clients tell us that their pets have kept them going when times are very hard and they fear their pet may be in danger if left behind.

 

Could you help? Do you already foster pets? If you feel you could help us or have any suggestions regarding possible solutions we would love to hear from you. Please call 01481 721999 or email enquiries@safer.gg