I'm here today to talk about a disturbing question, which has an equally disturbing answer. I had my first apartment, my first little green American Express card, and I had a very big secret.My topic is the secrets of domestic violence, and the question I'm going to tackle is the one question everyone always asks: Why does she stay? I'm not a psychiatrist, a social worker or an expert in domestic violence. My secret was that I had this gun loaded with hollow-point bullets pointed at my head by the man who I thought was my soulmate, many, many times.
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yes THAT Billy Joel A drop dead mint 1969 B3 with a matching 122 leslie. One of the hottest sounding rigs I've have had the pleasure of owning. I would have told you myself that I was the last person on Earth who would stay with a man who beats me, but in fact I was a very typical victim because of my age.I was 22, and in the United States, women ages 16 to 24 are three times as likely to be domestic violence victims as women of other ages, and over 500 women and girls this age are killed every year by abusive partners, boyfriends, and husbands in the United States. He sat next to me on the New York City subway, and he started chatting me up. One was that he, too, had just graduated from an Ivy League school, and that he worked at a very impressive Wall Street bank.My dog is a black lab, and I drive a Honda Odyssey minivan.(Laughter) So my first message for you is that domestic violence happens to everyone — all races, all religions, all income and education levels. And my second message is that everyone thinks domestic violence happens to women, that it's a women's issue. Over 85 percent of abusers are men, and domestic abuse happens only in intimate, interdependent, long-term relationships, in other words, in families, the last place we would want or expect to find violence, which is one reason domestic abuse is so confusing.To include a Leslie speaker or Hammond Tone Cabinet see the bottom of this page. Beginning in late 1935 and continuing to mid-1975, the archetypal instrument we think of when hearing the word "organ" was produced by the thousands.