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Does your partner hit, slap, grab, pinch, shove, choke, kick or bite you? Does he or she deny you medical care, prevent you from taking medications, or force you to use alcohol or drugs?
Does your partner make you afraid by threatening physical harm to you or your children, threatening to harm family pets, displaying weapons, destroying your property, preventing you form going where you want to go, or isolating you from family, friends, school, or work?
Does your partner frequently criticize, embarrass, insult or damage your relationship with your children?
Does your partner force you to have sex when you don’t want to?
Does your partner make or attempt to make you financially dependent? Example: taking your money, withholding money or credit cards, stopping you from going to school or work.
Suggestions for victims of abusive relationships:
You must use your own judgment and instincts when it comes to the safety of you and your children. If the situation is extremely dangerous, and you feel that your life is in danger, consider giving the abuser what he or she wants if it will keep you safe. You have a right to protect yourself until you are out of danger.
Safety on the job and in public:
Remember: NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO ABUSE OR THREATEN YOU!