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U.S. Army Wednesday October 17, 2017
Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Turning pain into purpose
Power, manipulation, intimidation and often death. These are all symptoms or issues associated with domestic violence. According to the Center for Disease Control, one in four women and one man will be murdered in violent domestic incidents each day in our country. It's a statistic Staff Sgt. Altermese Kendrick, a Chaplain's assistant at Fort Hood and a volunteer with Teaching Them to Love Outreach, orT3L, a domestic violence shelter located in Killeen, Texas, is all too familiar with. It's a statistic she's trying to lower as we observe Domestic Violence Awareness Month during October. 'I witnessed numerous women, in my childhood, endure the pain and embarrassment of domestic violence. I decided that I would not allow myself to feel as though I didn't deserve better than that. My own sister and mother endured pain and then I watched them escape,' said Kendrick. While Kendrick's family members were fortunate enough to escape, far too often that freedom comes at a much higher price; death. Domestic violence cuts across all socio-economic...Read more