Results tagged with 'abuse'
Published April 28, 2018
The book began as a series of journal entries written in the middle of the night. Pieced together, a story of survival unfolded, said author Eileen Alvarado, resulting in "Hope Looks Like You: Surviving Abuse," Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Sept. 23, 2014
We all used to wake up every morning to look at the late scores from the night before. And maybe we still do - to an extent. But there was a definitive time last week that continues today - where the first thing I check is what athlete was arrested/committed domestic abuse/broke our societal covenant in some way.
Published July 12, 2013
Six months after her abducted dog, Briggs, was returned, Tricia O'Malley authored a book about the harrowing experience. She - along with Briggs and her other dog, Blue - will be at Boswell Books on Friday, July 12 at 7 p.m.
Published Jan. 30, 2013
There is still a lot of mystery around sex therapy even though in recent years it has been somewhat destigmatized. OnMilwaukee.com sat down with Dr. Laura Liguori and asked her about common sexual problems, who her clients are, what kinds of "homework" she assigns and her thoughts on Dr. Ruth and Dr. Phil.
Published March 13, 2010
Just last week, a man was arrested and faces multiple criminal charges after sexually assaulting a college student. Unfortunately, such stories are uncommon as most sexual assault and rape activities go unreported or aren't prosecuted.
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Sunday July 6th, 2014 – Watertown, WI 2014 has been nothing short of a blockbuster personal year for me, and at the moment nothing else matters. It’s easy to take positive things for granted, and I think we all make that mistake on a regular basis. We focus on wha...
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