A new podcast for women who are told they’re “too much”.
There's No Place Like Home by Future Women
A new podcast for women who are told they’re “too much”.
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There's No Place Like Home by Future Women

Many of us have observed a new romance from afar and felt uncomfortable. But what’s the difference between simply not liking someone’s partner and suspecting something sinister is going on? What about when it’s your new partner? Research tells us that more than half of all victims and survivors reach out to family and friends first. Whether you’re concerned about the wellbeing of a loved one or interrogating your own safety in a relationship, this season dives into the complex nuances of the warning signs of domestic abuse.  From love bombing and gaslighting to isolation and financial control, this podcast will become a practical resource helping you interrogate the relationships in your life. There’s No Place Like Home is a Future Women podcast in collaboration with our proud partner, Commonwealth Bank, supporting long-term financial independence for victim-survivors through CommBank Next Chapter. There’s No Place Like Home drops 11 July February 2023. New episodes drop weekly. Subscribe now. Content note: This podcast includes descriptions of family violence and may be upsetting to some listeners. If you have experienced or are at risk of domestic and family violence and/or sexual assault, you can call the national counselling service 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732). If you are experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide, you can call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or text 0477 13 11 14 at night. The Men’s Referral Service is offered by No to Violence and provides assistance, information and counseling to help men who use family violence. They can be reached on 1300 766 491. The Kids’ Helpline is a free, private, and confidential, telephone and online counseling service specifically for people aged between 5 and 25. They can be reached on 1800 551 800. If you're a CommBank customer who has been impacted by domestic and family violence and need assistance with your banking, you can speak to their specialist Community Wellbeing team who provide confidential support to help customers with their immediate banking needs. You can call a Community Wellbeing specialist on 1800 222 387 between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday (Sydney/Melbourne time – excluding public holidays).  In an emergency, or if you are not feeling safe, always call the police on 000.