• History of discipline problems.
  • Blames you for his/her anger.
  • Serious drug or alcohol use.
  • History of violent behavior.
  • Threatens others regularly.
  • Insults you or calls you names.
  • Trouble controlling feelings like anger.
  • Tells you what to wear, what to do or how to act.
  • Threatens or intimidates you in order to get their way.
  • Prevents you from spending time with friends or family.

Could you be in an abusive relationship?

Create a Safety Plan Today!
Visit http://thesafespace.org/stay-safe-need-help-safety-planning.html

AND do these things . . .

  • Find an adult that you can trust and talk to him/her.

  • Plan in advance to have a safe place to go.

  • Keep money and your cell phone or calling card with you at all times.

  • Establish a code word or sign so that family, friends, teachers and co-workers know when you are in danger and when to call for help.

For help call:
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline:
  • 1-866-331-9474
  • 1-866-331-8453 (TTY for deaf/hearing impaired)

  • Or call Safe Places at 501-590-2466 to speak to an advocate.

But remember,
if you find yourself needing help NOW, call 911.

Ten Warning Signs of an Abusive Relationship
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