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In Dangerous Relationships, There’s Often A Second Nasty Secret In Play

With all the stories about domestic abuse we've heard lately, I've been thinking about the ways abusers keep their victims from getting away. Obviously, limiting access to money is a big one. Abusers do this in all kinds of ways, from controlling household finances to sabotaging the victim's job. It's nasty stuff.Now actress Kerry Washington introduces Purple Purse, a program that provides a forum for discussing this problem and for working out solutions.

In Dangerous Relationships, There’s Often A Second Nasty Secret In Play

If you'd like to know more about financial abuse, check out the National Network to End Domestic Violence.

Veteran Chicago radio personality "Ramblin' Ray" Stevens was driving in his car two weeks ago when he passed Braxton Mayes, 20, several times.

"I was on my way home from work Friday and saw a young man walking down Kirk Road," Stevens later recalled. "I dropped my friend off at the studio I work out of and headed home. This young man was still walking. So I drove around the block and asked him if he needed a ride."

"In our town, we help people out," Stevens said.

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