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No matter what people are told, it’s hard for anyone to believe that a man could do this kind of thing unless they actually see it. I remember being dragged down a hallway in a hotel in the Bahamas on a night I thought I was really going to die. People say: “That guy is so nice when he’s with me. Then you have a big giant man crying like a baby on your lap and next thing you know, you’re consoling him. One minute you’re running from him, the next you’re protecting him. I was very confident that I could make my way on my own. And being a black woman you feel you want to protect your man. But I did leave and I didn’t take one dime from my husband. In an essay for Time inspired by the social media trending topics #Why IStayed and #Why ILeft, she writes about how when she first heard of the Ray Rice incident earlier this year – and of his initial light two-week suspension -- she thought, "Great, here we go again.
It's hard to reconcile the public and the private. In 2013, Sara Naomi Lewkowicz unveiled in Time a shocking and powerful series of photographs of a family in the throes of domestic violence, with the explanation that "Despite a movement to increase awareness of domestic violence, we still treat it as a private crime, as if it is none of our business."That's why both the images of the Rice video and the words of individuals who've been in similar situations are so powerful and so necessary. Because as she says, now, "This conversation will never be the same.The only difference was that when I came to, a doorman was carrying me over his shoulder, out of my fiancé’s apartment, and into a car. She has worked on behalf of women, children and families facing the challenges of domestic violence for more than 20 years. I remember what my ex-husband told me later, which was that I bounced off two walls and I then was out. I’ve always believed that when men stand up things will change, and now a football team is saying this behavior, this violence is wrong. WENN Recently, former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson recounted monumental life events through a series of memoirs and essays.In his “Undisputed Truth” memoir, Tyson does not hold even the tiniest piece of information back as he unveils the truth about his tumultuous relationship with ex-wife Robin Givens.