If your sweetie's attentive and asks you about your life, that's fantastic.But if he constantly calls you and expects a full report on where you've been and who you've been with, then something more sinister's going on.If you think you're in an abusive relationship, it's time to get out of it.Confide in someone, such as a parent, trusted adult, health provider, or friend.Dating abuse isn't always as obvious as bruises and beatings.In fact, if you don't know any better, some of the most common forms of relationship abuse might seem like the way that boyfriends and girlfriends are supposed to act.
Don't stand for this form of relationship abuse.
You’d have to be crazy to hook up with an abuser, right?
That’s what I thought, but after working on our relationship violence story for six months, I was shocked by how smart and cool the women who get fooled are.
They're losers." "Your parents don't understand our relationship.
I’d rather you didn’t go to their house." "I don’t like them.