NCJH day 3


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NCJH day 3

  1. 1. Susan Junis RVAP
  2. 2.  The Line between Love and Control
  3. 3.  What are things you think of right away if we say someone is in an abusive relationship? What are other examples of dating abuse?
  4. 4. • Physical Abuse • Emotional/Psychological Abuse  Hitting • Name calling  Slapping • Ignoring feelings  Pinching • Criticizing  Choking • Telling lies  Sexual abuse • Jealousy  Damaging personal • Isolation property • Spending ALL of their time together • Spreading rumors • Using cell phones to “keep track” of a partner • Putting down family/friends • Threatening to harm self/others if they break up
  5. 5.  To gain power and control over someone  To control what someone thinks, says, does, wears, eats, who they hang out with, who they talk to….  Why else?
  6. 6.  1 in 3 teens experience some kind of abuse in their romantic relationships, including verbal & emotional abuse. ( 59% of students who are currently dating have been abused physically and 96% have been abused emotionally. (Safe Dates) Nearly 80% of girls who have been physically abused in their intimate relationships continue to date their abuser. ( 1 in 3 teens report they are text-messaged 10, 20, or 30 times an hour by a partner inquiring where they are, what they’re doing, or who they’re with. (
  7. 7.  Emotional abuse and physical abuse are equally as serious Both girls and boys can be victims of abuse Both girls and boys can be perpetrators of abuse Dating abuse can happen to anyone in any dating relationship Some conflict is normal in relationships – but it matters how you deal with that conflict
  8. 8.  Abuse almost always happens over and over, it doesn’t just go away Most abuse gets more severe over time Everyone needs to know how to deal with dating abuse in case they end up in an abusive relationship, or in case a friend turns to them for help. It is NEVER the victims fault for being abused.
  9. 9.  State a fact or feeling Describe what you expect Get their attention Call them on their aggression or manipulation Repeat what you expect Leave if you need to  Get help
  10. 10.  Getting angry with your girlfriend when you see her talking to another boy. Turning down your boyfriend or girlfriend if they ask you on a date. Telling your girlfriend to put on more clothes because what she is wearing is too revealing. Punching a wall when you get upset at your boyfriend or girlfriend. Texting your boyfriend 10 times per hour asking where he is, what he is doing and who he is with.
  11. 11.  Talking on the phone with your friend for an hour instead of hanging out with your boyfriend or girlfriend. Making your boyfriend clean your room because your mother won’t do it for you. Refusing to date someone because you are not ready to date. Calling your boyfriend or girlfriend and threatening suicide if he or she breaks up with you. Pressuring your partner to make out with you, telling them that if they really loved you they would do it.
  12. 12. Services • 24-hour Rape Crisis Line • 800.284.7821• Medical, Legal and School Advocacy • Counseling • Support • Information
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