If reality TV show Married at First Sight taught us one thing, it's what gaslighting can look like. But the behaviour isn't restricted to couples — it can creep into parenting and friendships too.
The first review of the slow and expensive Family Court sector since it was established in the late 1970s recommends moving away from a national system.
Doctors across the country say there is a desperate need for the ongoing care of victims who have suffered trauma after domestic violence.
Advocates have welcomed the growing public awareness of how pet abuse can be wielded as a weapon against people. But according to the authors of a new book, much less attention has been paid to how family violence affects pets themselves.
A woman who survives being strangled is up to seven times more likely to die at the hands of their partner. But it often leaves no mark — so how do you spot the signs?
It was an unremarkable moment that led Lily to make a life-changing call. She is among thousands of women who seek help every year after experiencing sexual violence.
The mother of an intellectually disabled woman says years of life in a group home has left her daughter worse off and her alleged neglect and injuries highlight the need for a royal commission.
A mother repeatedly assaulted by her own son and a woman "living in survival mode" for 13 years due to emotional and financial abuse share their harrowing stories in the hope to shatter stigma and tell others they're not alone.
The Morrison Government is set to develop Australia's first national strategy for domestic violence prevention, including a $70 million pledge to develop strategies to target negative community attitudes and beliefs that lead to violence.