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- Demeaning Reasons why Psychological Violence happens Some Quotes of Violence “If someone puts their hands on you make sure they never put their hands on anybody else again.”
― Malcolm X “I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent.”
― Mahatma Gandhi "When I give you my heart I do not give you the authority to rule it, abuse it, or use it. I give it to you because I trust you enough to take great care of it."
- Unknown author "When people hurt you over and over, think of them like sand paper. They may scratch and hurt you a bit, but in the end, you end up polished and they end up useless."
- Chris Colfer Some Services or people that can help you Here is a list of ways you call tell if psychological violence is happening to you How you can stop psychological violence if it
is happening to you Thanks for Watching The reasons why this violence happens is... - the perpetrator wanting to gain control of you
- to release the feelings anger and frustration
- to get what he/she wants
- when someone else has hurt someone they care for
- when there's no answer to their problems
- when he/she had a bad childhood
- at home violence is being shown - Someone is intimating you
- Making you do something you don't want to do or do at all
- Is frequently following you around
- Watching you at home, school,work or public
- Calling you frequently
- Contacting you directly or indirectly
- Making threats
- Prank calling or calling repeatedly - Try to ignore who is hurting you
- Try to stay away from he/she
- Shouldn't try to respond when he/she hurts you
- Tell someone you can trust
- Try to state that you want to be left alone
- Tell the police
- Cut the phone when an prank call comes or when the same person is calling again
- Change your phone number or get an unlisted number
- If you think you are the perpetrator then you should go to a mental health professional to get help
- Avoid being alone - Mental health professional
- A trusted Adult
- Friends or group of friends
- Kids help phone
- Anyone you can trust Bibliography http://www.gov.nl.ca/VPI/types/#psychologicalviolence