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Where can I find more information about sign and effects of abuse?
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AnaReply from Darlene:
My navigation bar on the left has eight such pages, Ana. You'll find them under each of the four types of abuse.
You included your email address: Notification by email is an automated process, and can only be chosen immediately after submitting your question/contribution on the Thank You page. I do not reply directly through emails, because I want all my visitors to benefit from my answers/replies.
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