Our Get Help page has many free resources available where you can talked to someone about your relationship or help you leave the relationship. Your abuser may give you apologies and loving gestures when the abuse is not happening and can make it hard to leave.Often abusers will make you believe that you are the only one that can help them, you’re responsible to help them, that things will change, and that they truly love you.Forced sex, even when it comes from someone your dating or married or seeing, is still is act of aggression and violence used to control you.Forced sex, not matter who the person is to you, is still rape.During this webinar, we will give you a full introduction to Respect Effect, a new app for teen dating violence prevention, and walk you through the app’s many tools and functions.Curious about using this tool in your work with teens?We will also present a case study, in which our special guests Break The Cycle will walk us through their experience introducing and using Respect Effect in their violence prevention work with youth.
Recognizing the signs of dating and domestic violence is the first step to breaking the cycle and getting help.
Dating violence also can be called domestic violence.
Dating and domestic violence are patterns of behaviors in relationships that includes a range of abusive actions that serve to set up forceful control of one person over the other.
Physical abuse covers anytime someone hurts your body.
This includes pinching, pushing, grabbing, slapping, hitting, tripping, choking, burning, murder, and more.