Coping with dating violence
Insults, threats, emotional abuse and sexual coercion all constitute domestic violence.
Some perpetrators may even use children, pets, or other family members as emotional leverage to get the victim to do what they want.
Many abusers use this tactic to make sure their victims feel bad for them and stay with them.
This plan should consider very fine details such as where to keep keys, a purse and an extra set of clothes for a rapid departure.
Victims of domestic abuse or domestic violence should talk to family, friends, neighbors or co-workers about the domestic violence they experience.
It may be helpful to call a domestic violence hotline for information, referrals and support.
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