“Domestic violence is occurring everywhere, and we have to put a stop to it,” said Ruppersberger, D-Maryland.
“The victims need to know how to call out for help.”Huguely was convicted of murdering Love in 2012 and is serving a 23-year sentence.
My life before May 3, 2010 and my life after,” said the victim’s mother, Sharon Love, who started the One Love Foundation with Yeardley’s sister, Lexie Love.
“I think it’s still a topic that’s swept under the rug.” Maryland Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger is joining the fight to pass the bill.
Love, of Cockeysville, Md., was beaten to death by her ex-boyfriend, George Huguely, on May 3, 2010.
Her family is pushing for legislation to make May 3 “National One Love Day.” “I have two lives.
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I think respect is the most important because it makes us proud of our loved ones and makes our love more solid and worth while I picked Love:when there is love there's a respect and all the virtues you have no love where is your respect? If you respect someone, I would expect that when the love is gone, the respect you have for someone will allow you to be friends or atleast civil to one another. How can a man epect you to love him,if you defy his repect. I don't think you can love and NOT respect, but you can respect without any chance of love.Someone who demands that you buy their love, will never really love you but what you can get for them. I have found that it is easy to be disrespectful to those you love when a disagreement is in force.It's most important to stay objective, to avoid getting attached too quickly. This way you'll spend enough time with a man to know he's truly worth releasing your other suitors.In fact, I'm a big fan of dating multiple guys until you get to exclusivity with one. The problem is, when trying to determine which man is best, women typically focus on the negative.