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Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
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"Attack survivor to appear on Oprah"

Jendusa-Nicolai said it is important for people - and especially women - to trust the intuition that a situation may not be safe.

"Let's not talk ourselves into things," she said. "If something happens and it doesn't feel right and your gut is telling you to get out, listen to it. Maybe if I'd tried to get out (of the marriage earlier) he wouldn't have tried to kill me. ... We always want to look for the good in people, to give them the benefit of the doubt. Sometimes we should trust our instinct and leave the rest alone."

- The Journal Times.com

"survivor comes to speak on campus"

The University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley is hosting a presentation by domestic violence survivor Teri Jendusa-Nicolai on Wednesday, October 8, at noon in the campus’ Student Union. Jendusa-Nicolai’s presentation is free and open to the public, with unreserved seating available in the Union.

A resident of Wisconsin and mother of two children, Jendusa-Nicolai’s presentation will address domestic violence issues as well as her own personal and tragic experiences. Based on court testimony, she was beaten with a baseball bat, lost her unborn child, underwent multiple surgeries, and endured psychological and physical damage.

- UW- Fox Valley

"left to die:a woman's survival"

anniversary of her attack..... - WGNtv.com

"The Teri Jendusa Nicolai story"

an update on Teri's survival story from domestic violence abuse..... - WTMJ

"ABC 20/20"

By all accounts, this woman should be dead...... - ABC

"20/20 ABC news"

Go to ABC news and order your DVD copy of Teri on 20/20 explaining what had happened to her. A moving story that has been re-aired a couple of times. - ABC

"CNN plus others"

Google Teri Jendusa Nicolai and you will see all the press she has recived after her ex husband tried to murder her. - Google


No tracks but please email Stacey@mixcom.com for a DVD to be sent to you immediately. Due to the graphic nature, we decided not to place on web.



It was a wintry Wisconsin winter when Teri Jendusa Nicolai went to pick up her daughter’s at her ex-husband’s house when she was suddenly struck in the head 10 times with a baseball bat, ankles and hands taped and thrown into a garbage can. She then was taken across state lines to Illinois and placed in a storage locker for 26 hours. Teri was rescued but only to learn she lost her toes due to frostbite and also her unborn child. This came from the hands of a domestic abuser who happened to be her ex-husband. Teri has survived and was told by the doctors that she is a true miracle. Teri has been on Oprah, A & E network, ID network, 20/20, newspapers, radio and other television shows. Teri has showcased for NACA multiple times. She also has been speaking out on college campuses, middle schools, high schools, police departments and DA’s offices to give warning signs and what to do if you are in that situation. Teri has saved many lives by speaking out about this secret of Domestic Violence.