If you are a victim of domestic violence in Colorado, there is hope. The court system in Colorado will issue a restraining order to a person who is afraid of being harmed, feels threatened, or is abused by a partner or spouse.
Domestic Violence can happen to anyone. And it often becomes ingrained within family culture. Those who have never experienced it maintain that they themselves would never put up with it. But it's never that simple. There are many ways in which it can happen, and not all of them involve physical intimidation either. Domestic Violence Counseling is important for those who are victims since it helps them put their problems in front of people who have dealt with similar situations before.
This week I introduce you to the Domestic Violence Wheel, which helps explain the various forms domestic violence can take in Colorado Springs. This article sensitizes the reader to fact that domestic violence is not always physical.
Domestic violence is found all over the world, no more in Colorado Springs, than in any other place. However, under domestic violence Colorado Springs law, there are specific provisions that afford protections to a family member who is suffering from domestic abuse. Indeed, so stringent are the laws according to the Colorado revised statutes, that there are some groups who call them excessive.