There was no way they [my children] could not know [about my work in domestic abuse] but if I was talking to someone on the phone, I had to ask them to 'Please leave the room,' and you know we tried to protect them as much as we could. But [the work] had to be done.... I always taught my children, when they would come home and would say, so-and-so was talking about what you do and I would say 'Listen! Nobody talks about a nobody. So if they talk about you, you're a somebody!' Because I didn't want them to feel there was something wrong when something has to be done.
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