FEBRUARY is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!
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You can click on the links here to blog, post videos, pics, and do some of your own research for school. Resources about bullying, sexting, and teen dating are all over the web, but here’s a good place to start your research. We want Alexander County Schools to be a safe place for you all to learn so this is just for you!
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Do You Need Help?
The following questions, should help you to identify the signs of an abusive relationship. If you answer yes to one or more of these, you need to seek help. Call your nearest domestic violence hotline. 828-635-8850
Does your partner…
- Isolate you from the people you care about most or from friends you have before you began dating?
- Frequently embarrass you or make fun of you in front of other people?
- Use intimidation to make you do what he/she wants?
- Make you feel there is “no way out” of the relationship?
- Make you perform sexual acts that you don’t enjoy (against your will)?
- Threaten you with force, words, or weapons?
- Use alcohol or drugs as an excuse for saying hurtful things or abusing you?
- Get extremely angry frequently, and you don’t understand why?
- Not believe he has hurt you or blame you for what he/she has done?
- To physically force you to do what you don’t want to do?
- Do you feel safe now?
- Who is living in the home now?
- Who else spends time in the home?
- How does the violence make you feel?
- What are the precursors to violence?
- Where are you during the violence?
- Are there weapons in the home?
- Is there alcohol or drugs in the home?
- Who is it you can talk to about the violence?
- Who do you talk to about your feelings?