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“I wish you would have met her,” says Letitia. “She was light.”

Francie was the youngest of six, 13 years younger than Letitia’s own mom and more like a sister to Letitia, LUNESTA use, a sparkling, hip, brilliant, Purchase LUNESTA for sale, carefree big sister. They were so close, and Letitia looked up to Francie so much. It’s the flashes of vibrancy she remembers most; giggling until 2am; arguing about Kiss but agreeing about Barbara Streisand (though John Mellencamp was the very, very best); coca-cola’s at Rennabaum’s, online buying LUNESTA. “There was a level of sisterhood in our laughter, in our stories,” says Letitia, who didn’t have any siblings of her own, LUNESTA FOR SALE. “I always wanted to be in her space.”

Looking back now, it's easier to see the changes over time. How withdrawn Francie became, What is LUNESTA, how obviously controlling and mean Steven could be, how isolated they were as a couple. How small she became in his presence. But when you’re right there in it, when the unthinkable hasn’t yet materialized, LUNESTA wiki, it isn’t necessarily like that. LUNESTA FOR SALE, You second guess your gut feelings, you trust in your loved ones, you follow the lead of the elders around you. You love and you forgive and you push and you pull and you look away from things that baffle, things that hurt. LUNESTA natural, And there’s all the good, too, and it’s confusing. It helps you avoid the bad. Steven could be so charming and appear so successful, LUNESTA online cod. Francie was so smart, so well-read, beloved at her job, quick and dry with her humor, deep in her connections with friends and loved ones, LUNESTA FOR SALE. Some days you can almost make yourself believe the abuse isn’t happening, that it doesn’t happen to people like that, to people like you, Where to buy LUNESTA, to people like us. Other days you can trust that the woman you admire and believe in so much knows what she's doing, that she's got it handled. Most days we can move right on forward, even as the evidence pools at our feet, online LUNESTA without a prescription.

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Letitia doesn’t live with any regrets, LUNESTA FOR SALE. Fast shipping LUNESTA, She knows she has no control over any of the events that occurred between her beloved aunt and the man who murdered her, and she also felt a love so pure and unconditional that she knows she and Francie were in a good place, regardless of the outcome.

But she does wish she’d known how dangerous the leaving time is.

“I wasn’t educated enough to say it’s been dangerous for years, low dose LUNESTA, and it’s really, really dangerous right now,” says Letitia. LUNESTA forum, “I thought she was free, I wasn’t aware of the statistic. LUNESTA FOR SALE, I wish I would have known to say hey, do you want to come stay with me for a week or so while he finds out about the divorce?”

Letitia never sits in this spot on the couch anymore, but today she is. “I think it’s fitting that it’s Independence Day,” she says. “So much of domestic violence is about control, purchase LUNESTA online, about him not wanting her to have a level of independence.” Eventually, this independence came to mean everything to Francie. Yes, LUNESTA gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, she went back to him many times, but not those last couple of years. There were reports filed, there were restraining orders, and eventually there was the divorce, herbal LUNESTA, despite the fear. Letitia can’t imagine the kind of strength that must have taken, LUNESTA FOR SALE.

“My aunt was a very smart woman, and I think there had to be some comment in her mind to say, Buying LUNESTA online over the counter, ‘I am moving forward with this divorce, even if it takes me to my death,’” says Letitia. “I think she had to have some level of independence. She had to say, LUNESTA australia, uk, us, usa, ‘I’m done. Even if it takes my life.’”

It did. LUNESTA FOR SALE, And Letitia doesn’t waste time wondering if it didn't have to, because there is nothing she can do about that now. All she can do today is tell Francie’s story, Buy LUNESTA no prescription, especially the parts she didn’t understand at the time. She can urge her community to step up, to speak out or listen, to take domestic abuse very, very seriously and to embrace the solution collectively. She can do her part, which is all any of us can do.

And she can keep on living.

“It feels good to finally talk about it like this,” says Letitia, running her left hand against the grain of her sofa, swirling, swirling, swirling. “I think I’m gonna be able to sit here again now.”

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Maggie Ginsberg-Schutz is the founder of Violence UnSilenced and author of several articles on domestic violence, including Why Doesn’t She Just Leave? published in Madison Magazine this October 2011 and available online today. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. If you are concerned about a loved one visit this post called Is a Friend or Family Member Being Abused? at Domestic Abuse Intervention Services..

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32 comments
Shannon
Shannon

Letitia is one of the most loving and wonderful people I have ever had the honor to know. Thank you, Maggie, for capturing her spirit in this piece and for honoring her courage in speaking out and sharing Francie's story so that others can learn from it.

I never had the privilege of meeting Francie, but I feel like I knew her because of what I have heard about her from Letitia and Letitia's wonderful mother, Lisa. If Francie had even a fraction of the grace and warmth of these two women, I know she was an incredible person and someone I wish I had known.

Every day I read Francie's obituary. (It is posted on my desk alongside the obituaries of others who were murdered by their batterers.) I read them because doing so keeps me grounded in why I do what I do.

Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece about Francie and Letitia. Thank you too, Maggie, for being a beautiful soul and for your advocacy work.

Brenda
Brenda

OOOOH Tears again on my keyboard. Thank you and bless you for sharing.

Jennifer
Jennifer

thank you so much for this.

Sue
Sue

Letitia, thank you for sharing your love for your dear aunt through Maggie. Francie sounds like a wonderful woman. I hope that your memories and Maggie's words will resonate with someone who, like you, may not realize how dangerous leaving an abusive relation can be - and be forewarned.

God Bless you.

Becky
Becky

This is such an important message. Thank you Maggie for sharing. I'm forwarding it on to someone I think really needs it.

Deb Rox
Deb Rox

Letitia, your experiences and insight help so many people understand. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and memories of Francie. I, too, wish I had met her.

maggie, dammit
maggie, dammit

Thank you all so much for your kind words to me, I wasn't expecting that. I wrote this because there wasn't enough space in the Madison Magazine article for Letitia's story, but I still wanted to honor her. I believe she will be reading these words, so I'm glad to know she inspired you and I encourage you to give your kindness to her. She's the brave and generous one here.

I appreciate you all so much. Thank you for being here today.

Maggie's Aunt Becky
Maggie's Aunt Becky

I knew and adored Francie. Worked with her years ago at U.W Hospital. She was one of those people you were instantly drawn to. Funny, caring, beautiful in every way. Her kids were little at that time - and I had no idea. I have a very vague (maybe not even real) memory of her coming to work bruised - maybe a black eye - one day. But I'm sure she had an excuse because like I said, I had no idea. I hadn't seen her for a while - didn't know she had left him. But the sadness I felt when I heard she'd been murdered - by him - couldn't have been stronger if we were best friends. I couldn't believe it. My heart sank. How could anyone even think of hurting Francie? She was so sweet. So kind. So loveable.
This is what I think of now - when I hear that ridiculous question asked, "why didn't she just leave"?

Richard
Richard

Keep up the great writing, Maggie. Your work is amazing.

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Isabelle
Isabelle

Heartbreaking and heartwarming at the same time. Wonderfully told. I want to reach out and give Letitia a hug. Your work is inspiring.

Erika
Erika

Heartfelt thanks to you and to Letitia for telling this very important story.

Cindy
Cindy

Thank you, Maggie, for this piece and even more, for this site. It is a safe-haven that I keep coming back to. Even though I have not yet written my story here, I come, I read, I take it in and process. And that helps me. Every day.

Angi
Angi

Beautiful. I'm grateful that things like Violence Unsilenced and people like Maggie are here. I've lost hours, maybe days, wishing I'd done more, known better. When I come here, I know that I did what I knew...and next time, I'll know more. And maybe one day...there won't be so many next times.

MommaKiss
MommaKiss

Your words, sharing their words, just incredible.

Kay
Kay

Maggie, you move me to tears once again. Between your work here and the article in Madison Magazine, you continue to shine a light on something so dark, so horrendous that most of us turn away from it. Thank you for bringing it to the forefront, for helping us to take off our blinders. You are amazing.

Sarah
Sarah

"And most of the time–if we’re being really honest here–exactly what we can do in these situations just isn’t that clear." Yes, yes, forevermore yes.

Thank you for helping give voice to Francie and Letitia's story, for the helping to give voice to the women in the article that started it all. I'm so proud of you.

Maybe more than that, though, I'm so grateful you've given me hope, through VU for my loved one, and in my life, in far more ways than I can count.

Forgotten
Forgotten

Thank you, Maggie. Thank you.

MDTaz
MDTaz

Thank you, Maggie, for being willing to be the storyteller for this post. Every time I visit this blog - every time - I am reminded to be grateful that I don't really know this kind of violence in my life. Yet reading the painful but beautiful stories posted here helps me cherish that and reminds me to be vigilant for my daughters, to guide my them as well as I can when they begin to navigate the world of people who will love them, but unfortunately because of their own wounds, might also hurt them.

krista
krista

you have created something safe here. the greatest of gifts for so many. for me. thank you.

Laura
Laura

Thank you for sharing this powerful story.

Amanda
Amanda

It's a beautiful thing you've created Maggie, this place, this force. Against all odds you have given so many of us an incalculable gift, an actionable way to relinquish a part of the weight we carry.

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