Submit Your Story
Please read the detail and click upload if you agree.
Further things to consider before sharing your story:
If during the process or after writing your story you notice that you are;
• having anxiety,
• intrusive thoughts,
• worrying more
• having nightmares
• feeling overwhelmed
• feeling numb
• struggling with daily tasks
• feeling depressed
• feeling isolated
Refer to your self-care plan, you may want to see your GP and get a mental health care plan and a referral to a counsellor or a psychologist. You could call 1800RESPECT and speak to a phone counsellor about your feelings. You could contact your state victims of crime service and talk to a counsellor.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please note that although we have the best intentions in raising the awareness of domestic violence in our society, for legal reasons we need to make sure you understand the following:
a. your participation in this project is completely voluntary;
b. any copyright ownership in your story is assigned to the 100 Alice Stories project (and any entity that represents the project) and you have no rights to claim any royalty or compensation for the publication of your story in any media whatsoever;
c. you understand that 100 Alice Stories project (and any entity that represents the project) has no liability for any loss, claim, damage or any other matter as a result of the publication of your story;
d. every effort will be made to disguise your identity (for your own protection) and your story will be given an ‘Alice’ number for this reason (e.g. your real name will not be used);
e. your story may be edited (to disguise your identity, improve readability and fit within the maximum word count), but our editors will not be provided with information that would allow them to contact you.
f. The 100 Alice Stories project is not able to provide counselling or other assistance, but we encourage you to make use of the existing support organisations such as 1800Respect.