Many people think of domestic violence like a scene out of a movie.Wife does not cook her husband's dinner to his satisfaction and he smacks her across the face leaving a bruise that she needs to cover with sunglasses the next day.While you might think healthy relationship skills are a natural thing for all of us to learn, this is not true.Good communication is learned through our adult and peer role models.
Meet loads of available single women in Carson City with Mingle2's Carson City dating services!It is often difficult for single adults to find other like minded people to socialize with in a way that is safe and in keeping with solid, biblical Christian principles.The purpose of this ministry is to provide opportunities to participate in a variety of activities and to make some new friends along the way as we mingle with Christian singles throughout the area.Myron was honorably discharged as a Seaman Second Class in August of 1946. Eugene “Al” Martin, 85, of Glasgow, Montana passed away February 15, 2018 at Valley View Home. Al played American Legion Baseball when he was young, he raced cars and go carts and won many trophies. Since his retirement, Al and Alpha spent twenty-two years traveling to Yuma, Arizona in the wintertime.After leaving the Navy, Myron spent his time working for the Great Northern Railroad. Al was born May 17, 1932, the oldest of two sons to Mary Emma (Falcon) and Albert Martin in Trenton, North Dakota. Al worked as a Brakeman-Conductor on the Railroad for thirty-five years. During his time in Yuma, Al took up wood carving classes through the local college.If there is a lack of positive examples of good relationship and communication skills, a future heathy relationship for that individual may be hard to achieve.If the only examples a person sees when they are frustrated or distressed is to act out abusively, or be victimized, that may become their relationship norm.Recently I had the pleasure of meeting an amazing woman, Briana Neben, who is a strong advocate against teen dating violence.She can be seen talking about her own situation at As a community, we all need to do our part through education and awareness to prevent domestic violence for everyone. If you need more information or help for yourself or someone else experiencing domestic violence, make a free call to the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).