Do you feel threatened, violated or controlled? It may be by your partner, former partner or family
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- Be aware id he bashes women in general.
- Has he changed since you met?
- Does he complain over you?
- Is he overly jealous and controlling? li>
- Is he violent against animals and animals? li>
- Has he started to be hard-hit or marked blow to you? li>
If you are exposed to violence
- Tell someone near you what you are exposed to li>
- Write a diary to make it easier to remember what's happening li>
- Consult a doctor to document damage li>
- Call the women’s shelter to talk with women who listen and believe in you li>
- Do not believe it will never happen again li>
- Make an escape plan to get away quickly if it becomes acute li>
- Make a police report. The sooner the better! Learn more here. li>
Violence against women is a crime! h4>
Keep in mind that:
- Your partner exercises power by isolating and controlling you li>
- Your partner's switch between violence and caring breaks you down psychologically li>
- Physical violence is stepped up - it will not stop li>
- Men who practice violence are in all classes of society li>
- It's not your fault that you are subjected to violence li>
You are entitled to:
- your own body li>
- Your own thoughts li>
- Living a Life Without Violence and Repression
- to decide if you want to marry and with whom li>
- to be listened to li>
- Having the friends you chose li>
You are entitled to respect and freedom