Dating violence and abuse
Emotional abuse originates in the aggressor’s desire to control the other person’s behavior.
Our relationship with ourselves is one of the most important, because we will have this relationship our whole lives.We also need mutual respect and trust to maintain healthy relationships with the people in our lives.If important things like respect and trust are missing, it may be an unhealthy relationship.Dating and/or romantic relationships can exist on a spectrum, from healthy to unhealthy and sometimes abusive.In a healthy dating relationship, all people have equal power and are involved in decision making.Several types of abuse are discussed, including intimidation; manipulation; emotional, verbal, sexual abuse; and abuse via social media.
Male and female victims discuss their experiences, and the actors participating in the reenactments are believable, though most appear to be college-aged.
The hell became so familiar that it was easier to stay rather than leave.
It was easier to live with the shame and guilt in secrecy.
This may also include abuse, harassment, and stalking via electronic devices such as cell phones and computers, and harassment through a third party, and may be physical, mental, or both.
In Teen Dating Violence relationships, there are Three Important Roles: Obtaining a Protection Order If someone has physically abused, sexually abused, attempted or threatened to physically abuse, stalked and/or unlawfully held another person against his/her will, a protection order may be obtained for the victim's safety.
Part of having a healthy relationship with ourselves is knowing what being in healthy relationships with others looks like.