MIchelle Mills was as impeccably groomed as she was well mannered.
Her nails were neatly manicured; her blonde hair sleek.
Her gentle nature and diminutive, 4 ft 11 in stature seemed perfectly suited to her career as a children's nursery worker.
But Michelle's pleasant demeanour masked an altogether more disturbing personality.
Domestic violence is not only physical and sexual violence but also psychological. The responsibility for the violence belongs to the abuser. HELP IS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AND THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT OF THE CLARK COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
The violence may not happen often, but may remain a hidden and constant terrorizing factor.Just consider the Holocaust, the abduction and murder of a child, or the long and painful death of a kind and gentle person.The critic of Christianity would respond that God is either not all-knowing, not all-powerful, or not all-good.He was scratched, punched and screamed at until one morning Michelle, brandishing a kitchen knife, stabbed him to death in the living room of their picturesque cottage in the pretty village of Scalford, Leicestershire.'Eddie was a kind man who would never hurt anyone,' says his mother Sara Wrestle, blinking back tears. I want other men who are suffering at the hands of an abusive wife or girlfriend to seek help, so that nobody else loses their life like my son did.'Incredibly, if these figures are to be believed, more married men suffered abuse at the hands of their spouse than married women (2.3 per cent of married men were recorded to have complained about domestic abuse compared with 1.8 per cent of married women).They're drinking more, too: figures from the Office of National Statistics show that women are fast catching men up in the alcohol stakes.