I saw the movie last night and I cried. I work in a woman's transitional shelter and fortunately see the brighter side of survivors of domestic violence and not the fatal victims of it. Of the many stories I've heard from the women and children I would have to say that this is one of the movies that comes to be depicted so well that the women I work with can see it and be thankful they did not end up in a morgue like Jessica Cochran. If anyone out there reads this and you are going through a similar situation, please don't hesitate to call a hotline for domestic violence. A grave is far more worse than a shelter to end up at. There are many programs like the one where I work at that empower women to be SURVIVORS, NOT CONTINUE AS VICTIMS. Take that one step and know that there is help out there and you don't have to end up DEAD>
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