Domestic abuse is not just physical. It often times starts by way of mental and verbal abuse. The abuser can be a romantic partner, parent, boss, or adult children. Please explore the most common signs to look for below..
Ways the abuser may attempt to control you:
Examples of ways the abuser isolates the victim include:
They may claim they're the reason that you have had recent, or any success. They may also make you feel as though what you've accomplished so far is very minimal.
They will demand your passwords to your devices. They may also check your e-mails, call logs, text messages, and social media activity.
They pretend to be the hopeless victim. Often times they accuse you of being controlling, and having anger issues.
Examples of victims who are codependent include:
If you are in immediate danger please contact 911. If you have a non-emergency situation and need to speak with someone after hours, please call: 1-800-799-7233 for 24 hours assistance.
No. At this time all the organization is able to do is make a referral for the victim.
Yes. In most cases individuals other than the victim themselves reach out to us. You can find information on how to reach us via our contact page.
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