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Lockdown/Rahui Strategies to Stay Safe

As the rahui continues, the challenges do too. 
We can’t offer face-to-face help at the moment, but this doesn’t mean you’re on your own. Far from it.
We’ll be posting regular tips to help you to keep a cool head with the ones you love. 
One of our Gisborne SafeMan SafeFamily facilitators, Tim Marshall, put together this video for The Gisborne Herald. Please feel free to share with whanau and friends. 
And if you need extra help, please visit our Facebook page and message us asking to be added to our online drop-in group.

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It's 'normal' for your partner to give you a fat lip for asking whether he got milk. to hide from your dad after the All Blacks have lost. for mum to wear a scarf in summer to hide the bruises on her throat.

It's 'normal' for your partner to give you a fat lip for asking whether he got milk.

This should never be normal.