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Join The Fight Against Domestic Violence

Today I wanted to offer some advice to people that have either seen, witnessed or know of domestic violence. I know what domestic violence is like. My father, Mike Rinder, attacked my mother in front of me—if you can believe that. He mauled her flesh. And all of this resulted in a broken shoulder and permanently damaged nerves. My mother will never ever recover from that domestic violence attack for the rest of her life. So, my story is one story but I think it represents so many other stories and that’s why I continue to raise awareness and bring up the social issue and tell the truth about it so that it can be ended—not only for my family, but for anybody else’s family. There’s some stati

In Celebration of Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is a day that we all celebrate with people that we love to show them that we love them. And to me, that’s a really special day, and I don’t think we should let domestic abuse or domestic violence get in the way of that. Nobody should have to live through domestic violence, thinking that somebody loves them and then turning around and domestically abusing them. Until my father domestically abused my mother and viciously attacked her. I never in a million years—and nobody else in my entire family—would have ever, ever thought that domestic violence would affect our family or happen in our family. I really learned with my experience of my father, Mike Rinder, attacking my mother

Speaking Up Against Domestic Abuse

Hi, guys. It's Taryn with Justice4mom, once again. I want to speak today about speaking up against domestic abuse. It is a hard thing to believe -- that domestic violence occurs – until you see it yourself. Then, all of a sudden it is very, very real and relatable. At that point, all those news stories you have seen have meaning. And it is shocking and devastating to you and anyone involved. That is what happened with me. I watched my father, Mike Rinder, domestically abuse my mother with grave physical ramifications. He had no remorse - this is typical of someone who commits domestic violence. My father, Mike Rinder, tore my mother’s arm apart. He did not care. I saw it with my own eyes

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