By: Ruben Ochoa. Relationship Abuse. Signs of relationship abuse!. He yells at you ! Hits you ! Controls you! . Teenage abusive relationships!. 1:3 teens are in an abusive relationship while dating . . Kinds of relationship abuse !. K inds of relationship abuse are: Domestic Violence
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By: Ruben Ochoa RelationshipAbuse
Signs of relationship abuse! • He yells at you! • Hits you! • Controls you!
Teenage abusive relationships! • 1:3 teens are in an abusive relationship while dating.
Kinds of relationship abuse! Kinds of relationship abuse are: • Domestic Violence • Sexual Abuse • Physical Abuse • Emotional Abuse
Silence is key… • Don’t tell anyone or I’ll hurt you!
Stars are abused too! • Rihanna • Halle Berry • And Madonna They were all victims .
Reasons men beat women • They’re on drugs • They’re drunks • They see women as objects. • They’re psycho. • They were abused too.
Menareabusedtoo! • Men are also victims of relationship abuse, but women are abused most often.
Kids see their Mother’s abused! • Women are often abused in front of their kids.
Leave him! • Leave him! Just leave and never go back to him even if he begs to get you back, don’t’ fall for it.
Men look like victims • Men look like victims because women defend themselves against abuse.
Your man is abusive! • Your man is abusive if he: • Yells • Hits • Chokes • Controls you.
Many women get abused • 95% of abused women are abused daily. 1:4 women will experience domestic violence.
Get out of an abusive relationship! • Tell him you are done. • If he threatens you, pack your stuff and leave. • When you leave, go to someone you can trust.
He doesn’t love you! • He thinks you’re an object and that you belong to him.
You can help too! • You can get help by calling The Domestic Abuse Hotline. 1-800-799-7233
Talk to someone about it • A FRIEND IS SOMEONE WHO CAN SEE THE TRUTH AND PAIN IN YOU, EVEN WHEN YOU ARE FOOLING EVERYONE ELSE.
THE PERSON YOU CARE FOR THE MOST IS THE PERSON YOU’LL LET HURT YOU THE MOST.
People you can trust There are people you can trust: a family member, or a friend, even a therapist . Get help, get out, save yourself.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE! HELP IS AVAILABLECALL THE NUMBER BELOW THE DOMESTIC ABUSE HOTLINE1-800-799-7233