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National Domestic Violence
24-hour-a-day hotline.
800-799-SAFE (7233)

 
Court Protection Orders Do 
Help Abused Women & Men

 
   Are You In An Abusive Relationship?   

You may be in an abusive relationship if your current boyfriend, girlfriend, spouse or partner has done any of the following:

    1. Alienated your family and friends, or wants you to
      forget they exist.
    2. Insulted or driven away your friends or family.
    3. Withheld approval, appreciation or affection as punishment.
    4. Continually criticized you, called you names or shouted at you.
    5. Ignored your feelings regularly.
    6. Ridiculed or insulted your most valued beliefs, your religion, race, class or sexual preference.
    7. Been very jealous--harassed you about imagined affairs.
    8. Manipulated you with lies.
    9. Insisted you dress the way he/she wants.
    10. Criticised the way you eat, too fast/slow.
    11. Humiliated you in private or public.
    12. Taken car keys or money away.
    13. Subjected you to reckless driving.
    14. Thrown objects at you.
    15. Abused pets to hurt you.
    16. Punched, shoved, slapped, bit, kicked, choked or hit you.
    17. Raped you or subjected you to other violent or degrading non-consensual sexual acts.
    18. Threatened to commit suicide if you leave.

  Emotional/Spiritual Wounds Survey  

    1. Have you ever been divorced, abandoned, or abused?
    2. If you fear rejection,  do you accept abusive situations?
    3. Do you love someone who does not return your feelings?"
    4. If you desire to please people, are you uncomfortable saying "No."
    5. Are anxiety, depression, and/or fear ruining your life?
    6. Is expressing anger very difficult for you?

If you need help, write to a Peace Practitioner

 peaceclinic@gmail.com 

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