NeNe from Real Housewives of ATL talks to ME about Domestic Violence, Chris Brown and Rihanna

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FACT: According to American Psychological Association, 3 million children witness violence in their home each year and,

“A child’s exposure to the father [or male authority
figure] abusing the mother is the strongest risk factor for
transmitting violent behavior from one generation to the next.” One  study
(PDF) found that children who witness domestic violence are at risk for
a slew of negative behaviors, including higher levels of aggression,
lack of conflict resolution skills and “increased tolerance for and use
of violence in adult relationships.”

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nene-real-house-wives-atlanta-domestic-violence NeNe Leakes Speaks to The Cocktail Cafe About Domestic ViolenceNene
talks about Domestic Violence, offers her advice about the Chris Brown
and Rihanna drama, and Season 2  news about The Real Housewives of
Atlanta BravoTV. NeNe Leakees

Wife, mother of two, and founder of a foundation that brings awareness
to domestic violence. An active member of Atlanta society. Native of
Queens, New York, she resides in the upscale part of Atlanta with her
husband Gregg, a successful real estate investor and business consultant, and their two sons, Brice, 18 and Brentt, 9. NeNe Leakes donates her time to various foundations and is the founder of The Twisted Hearts Foundation (more info coming soon!), which brings awareness to domestic violence.

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Below are a few Resources for Women and Children of Domestic Violence


domestic-violence-hotline-logo NeNe Leakes Speaks to The Cocktail Cafe About Domestic ViolenceIf you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, you can call the National Domestic Violence 24-Hour Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224 visit the group’s Web site at

Heidi Day, mother, friend and founder of Chayil, Inc.,
a not-for-profit organization, innovative platform for domestic
violence recovery services. Chayil partners with post-shelter
transitional programs to provide supplemental counseling services aimed
at building self-esteem,

The National House of Ruth in Maryland is
the nations largest domestic violence centers, helping thousands of
women and their children find safety and security. You can call the
24-Hour Hotline 1-410-889-7884 or visit the group’s Web site at

heidi-day-chayil-domestic-violence-non-profit NeNe Leakes Speaks to The Cocktail Cafe About Domestic ViolenceHiedi Day is the Founder and Executive Director of Chayil, Inc. is a non-profit that serves victims of domestic violence in transitional programs AFTER they leave the shelter.
Her dream was to create a program that would bring beauty and peace
from the ashes of abused and disenfranchised women’s lives. Visit the
website at


The Baitul Salaam Residence for Abused and Neglected Women and Children. housed
608 women and children from various parts of the US and four foreign
countries (Pakistan, India, Egypt, Ghana and Tanzania). There were no services dealing with domestic abuse and neglect designed to meet the unique needs of Muslim families. Visit the website at

Emergency Domestic Violence Contacts Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence website:

To reach the closest shelter, call 1-800-33-HAVEN (800-334-2836) and you will be linked to the shelter nearest you.

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (1-800-656-4673)

Special Thanks to…


I would like to talk this time to thank you for your calls and your
support. Keep listening, sharing and supporting The Cocktail Cafe
special thanks to Renee of Cutie Booty Cakes and Chantel of Chantelligence blog who were my guest as well as survivors of teen domestic violence.

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