An organization established in 2020 for the fight against Domestic Violence and Gender-Based Violence.

We’re about bringing women from all walks of life together, to support each other, to help each other, and to stand together united in the fight against Women Abuse.

We are creating awareness.

We are helping victims.

We are supporting each other.

Abuse affects every area of a woman’s life and she will be forever changed in some way. Because of this, Silent Rights’ focus is to assess the effects of abuse from every angle and to find solutions and resources to help women rebuild in all the ways their abuse affected them.

Silent Rights was founded in August 2020 after our founder experienced Domestic Abuse herself and realised a need for services and support for women of abuse, to not only identify abusive behaviour, but to equip women with the knowledge and resources to change their situation, to get protection, and to heal from their abusive experiences.

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Why Do People Abuse?
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Domestic violence and abuse stem from a desire to gain and maintain power and control over an intimate partner. Abusive people believe they have the right to control and restrict their partners, and they may enjoy the feeling that exerting power gives them. They often believe that their own feelings and needs should be the priority in their relationships, so they use abusive tactics to dismantle equality and make their partners feel less valuable and deserving of respect in the relationship.
Different types of Narcissists
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While a person can be diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), there is no clinical diagnosis for any subtypes of narcissism. Some types of narcissism have been identified and validated by peer-reviewed research, whereas other types have been informally named and popularized by various mental health professionals. Thus, there is no concrete number of narcissistic subtypes.
Regain Your Self-Respect
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Respecting yourself is the first step toward understanding you deserve love, consideration, and opportunities like everyone else. Self-respect is loving yourself and treating yourself with care. It’s the result of staying true to your values and not being willing to compromise.
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We can do so much more because of our Donors. Thank you for your contributions, and for joining our fight against Domestic Abuse and Gender-Based Violence

Donations made to Silent Rights will be tax deductible in the hands of the donor in terms of the Section 18A of the Income Tax Act no 58 of 1962.

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