We can’t fix violence against women until we see this as an epidemic

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The day I heard that Olga Edwards’s children had been murdered by their father in July this year, I rang the only women I know who would really understand.

  • Jenna Price
  • Brisbane Times

Rosie Batty and Ann O’Neill.

Their children were killed in front of them. Just writing those words is chilling.

We take our children with us in our hearts everywhere, every day. They are at once the reason we live and the elephant on our shoulders. Their death is unimaginable.

In July this year when I spoke to her, O’Neill, now CEO of Angelhands, a trauma victim support group, said survivors go through the…

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