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The Trap

Victorian Women's Trust
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This is a series about love, abuse and power. Hosted by Jess Hill, this podcast looks deeply at abuse that happens in private, and in public, searching the world for answers to the questions that continue to confound us. Why does domestic abuse persist? Why do people become abusive? And what can we do to prevent it?


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2 years ago

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2 years ago

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2 years ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 284 ratings
  • Essential listening

    We need to be aware, to know more, to understand… more

    Apple Podcasts
    Fascination Street
    Australia3 months ago
  • Thank you Jess

    This is the most profoundly insightful podcast. I have read and listened to every word you speak and write. I have been a victim of monumental and ongoing abuse. … post separation. The coercive control was and remains out of control. My children are trapped in the vortex, although I have left; The legal system has abandoned them. Everyone needs to understand coercive control and the surreptitious nature of much of it.

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia4 months ago
  • Very very good

    Although this is an Australian podcast, it talks about a lot of universal truths that more people should know about. I wish it had also talked about men who are subjected to coercive control, but it’s well worth a listen.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada9 months ago
  • A Must Listen For Anyone Who Needs Help Explaining!

    Thank you for this! I too, related 100%. The way you capture the twisted’ness and explain it back so clearly, as a victim stuck for 25 yrs in marriage, i nodded my head this whole podcast and feel so validated for the first time by anyone! I hope I can get my loved ones to listen too so they’ll finally understand.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States10 months ago
  • Life Changing

    I was recommended Jess Hill’s podcast and book (See What You Made Me Do) by my trauma counsellor to help me understand what I was going through was DV. Jess’s work has helped me come to terms with the trauma I’ve been surviving through for years. I’ve now left my abusive partner and I’m not just surviving anymore, I’m living!!! more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago

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