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Warning Sign of Abuse

Transcript: WARNING SIGNS OF AN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP By: Gabrielle Kalian BREAK THE CYCLE BREAK THE CYCLE SIGNS OF AN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP EXTREME JEALOUSY EXTREME JEALOUSY Jealousy is a sign of insecurity and lack of trust but the abuser will say that is a sign of love. The abuser will quesiton the vicim about whome they talk to, accuse them of flirting, or be jealous of time spent with their friends, family, or chidren. The abuser may refuse to let the victim work or go to school for fear of meeting someone else. Their abuser is always checking up on them, calling, and demanding to know where they have been and whom they have been with The abuser acts extremely jealous when she talks to other people, even when only a friendly conversation Examples CONTROLLING BEHAVIOR CONTROLLING BEHAVIOR one partner completely rules the relationship and makes the decisions. This includes "checking up" on the victim, timing a victim when they leave the house, checking the odometer on the car, questioning the victim about where they go. The abuser may control the finances and tries to tell the victim how to dress, who to talk to, and where to go. since dating, the victim has given up things that used to be important to them, such as spending time with friends or the activies they used to participate in The victim's weight, appearence, or grades have changed dramatically since they started dating their partner Examples ISOLATION ISOLATION The abuser tries to keep the victim from friends and family by putting down everyone the victim know, including their family and friends. They may keep the victim from going to work or school. since the victim started dating their partner, they frequently cancel plans with you and other friends at the last minute, giving reasons that sound untrue Since they've been dating, the victim has given up things that used to be importnat to them, such as spending time with friends or the activies that the victim used to participate in Examples VERBAL ABUSE VERBAL ABUSE The abuser says cruel and harmful things to their victim, degrades them, curses at them, call them names, or puts down their accomplishments. The abuser tells their victims that they are stupid and unable to function without them. They embarrass and put down the victim in front of others as well. Examples When the victim and their abuser are together with other people he tell mean stories about her, calls her names like, stupid, slut, dog, or generally puts her down BREAKING OR STRIKING OBJECTS BREAKING OR STRIKING OBJECTS This behavior is used as a punishment (breaking treasured possessions), but is mostly used to terroize the victim into submission. The abuser may break or strike objects near the victim to frighten them. - You;ve seen him lose his temper and break or damage things when he's angry Examples HYPERSENSITIVITY An abuser is easily insulted and take everything as a personal attack and blows things out of proportion HYPERSENSITIVITY Examples -He always seems worried about upsetting her - he constantly apologizes for her behavior and makes excuses for her WHAT SHOULD YOU DO? What Should You Do? What should you do when you or a loved one is in an abusive relationship 1. Commit to ending it and create a plan 2. Have friends or family help and support you 3. Don't try to be friends 4. Do not feel the need to "rescue" your partner


Transcript: bY ANNA, ANNIE AND EDDIE Black Saturday was one of the worst bushfires ever recorded. Temperatures reached 46 degrees Celsius and wind reached 100km/h. 400 bushfires started that day with temperature dropping a bit in the evening but wind increasing to 120km/h. The average speed of the bushfires was 12km/p, some reached 600m per 30 seconds. The extreme heat produced in the fires was known for killing people 400m away from the fires in some instances. 5000 firefighters were used in total to fight the fires, coming from all over Australia, New Zealand and US. The Short and long term impacts on natural and human environments Crown bushfire 'Bushfire' is the generic term that is used to describe a free-moving fire in a certain landscape. Bush fires refer to fires that burn outside of urban zones, in places like the bush (hence they are called bush-fires) Grassland fire Bush fires are a common re occurrence in Australia particularly in summer months when it is hotter and conditions are drier. Each year, these bush fires have huge effects on not only the environment but can cause property damage and loss of human life. .50c Monday, February 17, 2014 The Different Types of Bush Fires Map of bushfires in Australia 2010 - 2011 What are some causes? How do i protect myself in a bushfire? Move as far away from the fire as possible. This may mean leaving your home. Take all domestic pets when you leave, if you do not take them they will escape and may cause more accidents and death of your animals When you get the call to leave, don't wait 5 minutes, leave straight away! Only stay and defend your home if you know it is well prepared and constructed. Have a prepared plan of how you are going to defend your home. If you have any doubts, LEAVE! Vol XCIII, No. 311 What are Bush Fires? Bush fires mainly occur in Australia and America Some of the causes of Bushfires include: Accidents, such as vehicle crashes Arson (someone who deliberately starts a fire), this can happen by human carelessness, such as cigaret butts or campfire escapes It can also be caused by weather: dry conditions - droughts (the dry plants give plenty of fuel for the fire, and helps it spread quickly) extremely hot temperatures strong northerly winds South - Eastern Australia has areas that are prone to the most severe and frequent wildfires in the world. Here are some tips to keep you and your family safe in bushfires: Natural CASE STUDY Death Injury Loss of homes Loss of towns Loss of jobs and livelihood Injured farm Animals Death of farm animals Financial costs for town, local area and country There are many different types of bush fires and they differ depending on the vegetation type and location in which they take place. As a result, they tend to behave differently in the way they spread and the speed at which they do. Two broad classifications of bush fires: Wildfires - are bush fires that are lit accidentally, whether by natural or man-made causes Prescribed Fires - are deliberately lit to achieve goals (such as removing hazardous fuel plants or clearing of old pastures) Three other types of classifying fires are: grassland fires - are the fires that move along the flat land, grass and shrubs crown fires - spread through the treetops of forests, they spread extremely quickly, so it doesn't take long for it to become a 'blanket' over the forest moving crown fires - this is when the crown fire sparks jump from tree to tree, making the fire spread even faster Human Black Saturday Destruction of local plants Destruction of natural habitats Kills endangered species of plants and animals The environments stay awful for along time making it hard for local animals to return Destruction of food for specific species WARNING! WARNING! The Black Saturday Bushfires killed 173 people, injured 414 people, destroyed 2,100 homes and displaced 7,562 people. 120 people were killed by a single fire in the Kinglake Area alone.

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