How Robin McGraw’s Aspire News App Can Help Victims Of Domestic Violence
Convicted murderer Chris Watts is currently serving five consecutive life sentences for the August 2018 strangulation deaths of his pregnant wife, Shan’ann and their two young daughters.
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of Crimeonline.com Nancy Grace along with Steve Kardian, a former detective and author of “The New Superpower for Women” join Dr. Phil to discuss the murders and subsequent investigation.
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When the conversation turns to the general topic of domestic abuse, Steve Kardian says, “It takes about seven times in domestic issues before a woman will come forward and take action against her husband.” He advises anyone who may be at risk to reach out for help.
Robin McGraw, founder of When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw and Dr. Phil Foundation, created The Aspire News App, voted on Capitol Hill as one of the two best apps for domestic violence prevention.
“If you know you have a friend, a family member or a coworker being abused and maybe they have had their phone taken away; do your best to sneak a phone to the victim and download that app,” says Robin.
In the video above, Robin and Dr. Phil explain how The Aspire News app works – and how it can help save the lives of victims of domestic violence.
If you think you may be in a dangerous relationship with unhealthy patterns, please seek help. Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233). Or visit http://www.thehotline.org/
Visit WhenGeorgiaSmiled.org to learn more about The Aspire News app and The Aspire Initiative, a free domestic violence educational curriculum aiming to reduce the level of intimate relationship violence and instill the importance of bystander responsibility.
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