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July 24, 2021 42 min

Dom Waltower is an inspirational speaker who uses his professional and personal experience to speak about domestic abuse and what is necessary for abusers to change their lives. He tells the type of intervention needed to work towards a solution to Domestic Violence. He tells us what made him change to become the man he is today, the man that can co-parent, and becoming the man that sets the example for his boys. He talks about how one of his sons spoke about what it was like growing up in a domestic violent home.  #domesticviolence #domesticviolenceawareness #domesticviolencesurvivor #domesticabuse #domesticabuseawareness

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