brave_lionThe Time is NOW! 

AngelGroup is looking for a few professionals who are willing to brave the retaliatory behavior exhibited by Family Court judges, in order to correct the system. If you're a psychologist, court clerk, custody evaluator, Guardian ad Litem, Visitation Supervisor, Child Support Enforcement Agency worker, Child Welfare Services caseworker, etc...You KNOW what's going on in Hawaii and in the Family Court. You KNOW people are being hurt, even children.

If you've been looking for a way to help, you now have an opportunity. As we tell the Angels, "You Are Not Alone!" People are coming forward. Please join them.

Please see email comments of esteemed Edward Kubany, who is speaking in support of SCR91:

ed_kubany_headshotDate: April 7, 2010

Hi (Mother),
I am writing to express strong support for SCR91, the Family Court Investigative Bill. As you know, I have specialized in treating victims of domestic violence for more than 15 years.  Over the years, I have encountered many battered women with PTSD who have lost custody of their children to an abusive ex-partner. The Family Court is in great need of revising its methods of for granting custody where domestic violence has been implicated as a problem.

Please forward this e-mail to any legislators who may be influential in seeing to it that SCR91 is enacted into law.

Edward Kubany

If you'd like to join the courageous Mr. Kubany, you can submit testimony anonymously to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (DV advocate) and we will make sure that your comments are forwarded on to the appropriate individuals.


healing_trauma_dvRead Dr. Kubany's book, Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence

Second only to survivors of war and victims of rape, women who are severely assaulted by their husbands or partners are the group of trauma victims most likely to suffer from the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Researchers estimate that as many as 80 percent of these women will manifest signs of the disorder in the months and years following an assault. Until now there has been no book specifically written to help these women deal with PTSD. This sensitive and compassionate book, at last, offers them hope.

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