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Labor of Love: New Sheboygan treatment center aims to help batterers change (with video)

10:36 PM, Oct. 7, 2013
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When new clients come into Laurie Lawrenz's new treatment center, Labor of Love, they're often surprised when she offers them a beverage and asks them how they are.

After all, batterers aren't accustomed to being treated kindly by authorities.

"My biggest thing is when they walk in my office I treat them like a person," said Lawrenz, 51, who opened Labor of Love in March. "It's not about what you did, it's who you are. First, you've got to get to know who the person is and what's going on." ...

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