Natasha Washington ~ MENTAL HEALTH - Card #1

You get a recommendation for a counselor from the local domestic violence agency.

You ask if she thinks anger management classes would help Curtis. “Domestic violence isn’t about anger,” she tells you. “It’s about one person trying to maintain power and control over another.” You’ve heard this before - and in your gut you know it’s true. But it seems like it would be easier if it were just about anger or poor impulse control. “So, there’s no hope?” you ask.

The counselor laughs. “I’d be charging a lot more if I could predict the future. All I’m saying is that you need to protect yourself no matter what you decide to do. Domestic violence doesn’t go away on its own. It often gets worse with time.

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