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This man is one of my heroes.

HippieChick58 9 Sep 3

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Nope, not an option. If/when the temptation arises, walk away, and get help.

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Agreed! We never need to resort to violence..,if provoked!

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He's a real man for sure.

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A great man and all around decent human being.

JimG Level 8 Sep 3, 2018
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This is a great post!

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I heard that when I showed the finger-shaped bruises around my neck. What had I done? I had opened the door before he knocked because I heard him coming up the steps. It was devastating to be blamed and abandoned. I went into hiding then fled the province. He found mea year later, thousands of miles away.

@TheAstroChuck Thank you. He was my fiance. He's long out of my life. Male violence and victim blaming first entered my life when I was only two. I am glad laws make it easier for police to intervene now although there are still terrible tragedies. A woman from work was killed by an abusive boyfriend only a few years ago. We need more men like you and Patrick Stewart who are willing to speak out against intimate violence.

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I have no heroes. Like Bunny Johnson said when Bob Marley passed... I keep no altars to fallen Generals. Works for alive captains too.

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This should be extrapolated to war.

I agree 100%

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