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Need to know
Transcript of Need to know
Interpersonal, Sexual, and Relationship violence are all different types of violence that you should be aware of.
Things to watch for
-treating you as an object rather than a person
-humiliate you or put down your thoughts or feelings
-control you and your actions
-jealous or possessive behavior
-keeps you from your friends or family
-gets aggressive quickly, and overreacts to small things
there are lots of options out there for you, never feel alone.
what you can do to help...
Watching someone you love suffer is extremely degrading. If you know someone that is being abused no matter what they say you need to go looking for help. They will tell you to keep quiet and that it won't happen again but chances are it will.. it's a hard thing to do but it will benefit them in the long run. You could be saving a life.
How to minimize personal risk
-Be aware of your personal health and the health of those you're acquainted with.
-When going places stay in a group and don't travel alone.
-When going out stay with someone you trust and never leave your drink unattended.
-Be careful who you hangout with and who you trust with personal information.
-Keep a cell phone on you, or if you go out tell someone so they can check on you once you're home.
Need to know
Violence affects the safety of everyone at the college, university, and those in the community.
survivors of violence may experience long-term physical and emotional consequences, but there are some things that you can do to avoid these situations.
These are just some signs of an unhealthy relationship, if you experience these then get out!!
-Violence help hotlines
-A close friend or family member
-A teacher you trust
-Contacting a shelter
-A health care professional
by Maia Zohr