Red flags for dating abuse
Unfortunately, most abusers are able to mask these tendencies in dating.
By the time many people notice the obvious red flags, they're already attached to an abuser, which makes it much harder for them to leave the relationship.
With education, Waypoint can help the community easily identify these signs and help prevent future acts of domestic violence.
If you belong to a school or organization that would benefit from this information, consider inviting Waypoint to speak or distribute materials.
Help bring an end to teen dating violence by recognizing the signs, educating teens you know and intervening to protect the ones you love. Its On to take the pledge to commit to helping create a culture of consent, bystander intervention and survivor support.
Sharing some similarities to the 10 Red Flags of Domestic Violence, the 10 Red Flags of Dating Violence is a distinct group of signs that indicate abuse within a relationship.
The risk of falling into an abusive relationship is greater than ever.
There are obvious red flags to avoid in a prospective lover, such as angry, controlling, possessive, jealous, or violent behavior.
For this reason, it's critical to raise awareness of these abusive behaviors that typically impact teens and young adults.
This simple act can help move our 10 Red Flags of Dating Violence forward and make a difference in the lives of those experiencing abuse.
Please contact Brittany Appleton at (319) 731-6118 or [email protected] more information.
Special care is necessary here, as blamers can be really seductive in dating.
Their blame of others can make you look great by comparison: "You're so smart, sensitive, caring, and loving, not like that bitch I used to go out with." "Why couldn't I have met you before that self-centered, greedy, woman I used to date?
Everyone has to put up with a certain amount of unfairness in life.