One in every four women will be a victim of domestic violence at some point in her life.


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SIGNS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Stopping domestic violence starts with seeing the signs. Often, those being abused will try to hide the fact out of fear or a belief that things will get better. If you or a loved one is being abused, you need to recognize the signs. It may be the only way to break the cycle of violence and possibly save lives.


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Does Your Partner:
Embarrass you with bad names and insults?
Look at you or act in ways that scare you?
Control what you do, where you go, or who you see and talk to?
Prevent you from getting or keeping a job?
Control your money or social security?
Make all the decisions?
Call you a bad parent or threaten to take away your children?
Downplay, deny, or blame abuse on you?
Threaten to harm your children or pets?
Intimidate you with weapons?
Shove, slap, or hit you?
Force you to drop charges?
Threaten suicide if you leave?


If you checked even one, you may be in an abusive relationship, seek help by contacting us.


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