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Revenge Porn as an Abuse Tactic

January 13, 2020

When we talk about the different tactics abusers use to inflict power, control and pain on their partners within intimate relationships, we often focus on verbal, physical or financial abuse. But our connected, digital world has produced a new kind of abuse that many women experience but often feel shame and embarrassment around: revenge porn.…

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How to navigate a divorce or custody battle

January 6, 2020

The process of divorce or establishing custody of children is an intimidating and difficult process for all people. Going through litigation with an abusive partner often only amplifies these emotions and experiences. Within the Genesis Legal Program, we firmly believe that preparation is key. The more you can prepare for court, the less anxiety you…

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New Year, New You?

December 30, 2019

If you’re one of the 40% to 45% of Americans who make a New Year’s resolution each year, chances are you probably want to focus on your physical health. Some goals consistently stay in the top 10 list of New Year’s resolutions, including dieting or eating healthier, exercising more, quitting smoking and drinking less alcohol.…

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Genesis Annual Luncheon: 25 Years in the Making

April 2, 2018

In just six weeks, Genesis will welcome Academy Award-winning actress Hilary Swank to Dallas for the 25th Annual Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support Luncheon. What started as a 100-person lunch and fashion show more than two decades ago has grown into a signature event of the Dallas luncheon scene, with nearly 1700 corporations, philanthropists, donors…

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The Conference on Crimes Against Women

March 26, 2018

The 13th Annual Conference on Crimes Against Women (CCAW) is quickly approaching, and with it comes a variety of new workshops, case studies, and computer labs to prevent and respond to all crimes against women. Created in partnership between Genesis Women’s Shelter and the Dallas Police Department, the mission of the Conference is to provide…

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Recognizing National Single Parent Day

March 19, 2018

We have all heard of Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and even Grandparent’s Day, but there is another day that doesn’t get the recognition that it should: National Single Parent Day, which falls on March 21st every year. This day is meant to celebrate the 14 million single men and women who are raising children in…

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Gun Surrender – We Can Do More

March 12, 2018

Just a few weeks ago, the mayor of Dallas held a press conference at Genesis Women’s Shelter. His message was loud and clear: “we are not doing enough.” Mayor Rawlings’ comments were made in response to the Parkland shooting on February 14 in Florida that left 17 people, most of them high school students, dead.…

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Four Ways to Make a Difference on International Women’s Day

March 5, 2018

International Women’s Day is Thursday, March 8, 2018 – a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. Thanks to the Suffragettes’ tireless efforts toward gender equality, International Women’s Day was established in 1911. After more than 100 years, a single mindset remains the same: recognizing, honoring and celebrating the accomplishments…

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Teen Dating Violence – A Parent’s Perspective

February 26, 2018

Being a teenager today is complicated, but being the parent or guardian of a teenager? Whew! That job is definitely not for the faint of heart, but it’s the most important job we will ever have. As such, there are so many things that we try to educate our children about to protect them –…

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Four Ways to Help End Domestic Violence in Corporate America

February 19, 2018

At Genesis, we know that domestic violence is not a private matter that unfolds behind closed doors. In fact, many women who are in abusive relationships are also working women. Domestic violence currently affects one in every three women with over 96 percent of victims experiencing issues at work. Furthermore, domestic violence is costing corporate…

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Teen Dating Violence: A Teenager’s Take

February 12, 2018

One in ten high school students will experience some form of dating violence. But the problem does not lie only in high school: one out of three girls in the U.S. will experience dating violence, and between the ages of 16 to 24, the number of women who will experience it is three times the…

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The Gift That Keeps on Giving

February 5, 2018

At Genesis, we know that peace on earth begins at home. Last December, we were able to provide gifts to more than 1,000 women and children who needed to know that they were not forgotten during the holidays. After opening Christmas gifts provided by her generous donor, Margaret* came back to our Outreach office to…

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5 Ways to Be Her First Step Away from Domestic Violence

January 29, 2018

Although teens should learn about teen dating violence, none should have to learn the way that Noelle “Cricket” Jones did one week ago today when she was shot at school. This shooting took place in the backyard of Dallas – only 40 miles south – in Italy, Texas. Just minutes before school started, a 16-year-old…

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