Ways to Discover An Abusive Relationship

Disrespect: persistently putting you down in front of other people; not listening or responding when you talk; interrupting your telephone calls; taking money from your purse without asking; refusing to help with childcare or housework.

Breaking trust: lying to you; withholding information from you; being jealous; having other relationships; breaking promises and shared agreements.

Isolation: monitoring or blocking your phone calls, e-mails and social media accounts, telling you where you can and cannot go; preventing you from seeing friends and relatives; shutting you in the house.

Harassment: following you; checking up on you; not allowing you any privacy (for example, opening your mail, going through your laptop, tablet or mobile), repeatedly checking to see who has phoned you; embarrassing you in public; accompanying you everywhere you go.

Threats: making angry gestures; using physical size to intimidate; shouting you down; destroying your possessions; breaking things; punching walls; wielding a knife or a gun; threatening to kill or harm you and the children; threatening to kill or harm family pets; threats of suicide.

Sexual violence: using force, threats or intimidation to make you perform sexual acts; having sex with you when you don’t want it; forcing you to look at pornographic material; constant pressure and harassment into having sex when you don’t want to, forcing you to have sex with other people; any degrading treatment related to your sexuality or to whether you are lesbian, bisexual or heterosexual.

Destructive criticism and verbal abuse: shouting; mocking; accusing; name calling; verbally threatening.

Pressure tactics: sulking; threatening to withhold money, disconnecting the phone and internet, taking away or destroying your mobile, tablet or laptop, taking the car away, taking the children away; threatening to report you to the police, social services or the mental health team unless you comply with his demands; threatening or attempting self-harm and suicide; withholding or pressuring you to use drugs or other substances; lying to your friends and family about you; telling you that you have no choice in any decisions.

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  1. Jill,wondering if you took any photos with the students art that was at the lecture of Dr. Goodall’s that was around the room? I am the teacher that had the show.These photos are wonderful.What is the cost of a small one? Oops assuming you are selling some. I love the kiss.She was wonderful. Can’t believe we still don’t get it.Anyway,Great shoot.marcy monte

  2. ok I had no idea that was a perm and I have been in love with your hair for a long time too! I’ll never have long hair (or hair long enough for a perm) so sometimes I toy with the idea of wigs. That’d be insane right though? I don’t know I’m badass enough to pull that off.Preita blogged this:

  3. You haven’t been to Wicklow? You should make a trip sometime, every picture I have seen is absolutely gorgeous. I myself love the mountains. I lived in Colorado for many years in the shadow of the great Rocky Mountains and also in New Mexico by the Sandia Mountains; spent many days climbing. An mhaith leat sleibhte a dreap?

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