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Cycle Of Violence: Violence

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Brooke Sanchez

on 6 April 2016

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Transcript of Cycle Of Violence: Violence

Have you ever heard or said this....
"It was only once..."
What is Viole
Patterns of controlling behavior which include: Physical, Verbal, Sexual, Technological, and Psychological Abuse.
Physical Abuse
Hitting
Psychological Abuse
Technological Abuse
Cyber-Stalking
Verbal Abuse
Threats
Teen Dating Abuse and Healthy Relationships
"He won't do it again..."
"It was an accident"
"I deserved it...."
"She did it because she loves me..."
"He didn't mean it..."
"It was my fault. I hit him first."
If you leave me, I'm going to kill myself!"
Kicking
Pulling
Biting
Shoving
Slapping
Scratching
Humiliation
Insults
Intimidation
Yelling
Cursing
Commands
Isolation
'Silent Treatment'
Self-esteem
False Threats
'Guilt-Trip'
Manipulation
Self-Blame
Mood-swings
Jealousy
Invasion of Privacy
Blackmail
Constant phone calls or texts
Harassment
Impersonation
Location Monitoring
Sexual Abuse
Rape
Harassment
'Sexting'
Unwanted Touching
Refusing Safe Sex
Forcible Actions
Strangling
Resources for Teens

Love is Respect: www.loveisrespect.org
1-866-331-9474

Love is not Abuse: www.loveisnotabuse.com
CA Youth Crisis Line: www.youthcrisisline.org
1-800-843-5200
You might be in an abusive relationship if you ask yourself....
Some things to think about....
#LEAD
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