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What is relationship abuse. The Inside/Out Violence Prevention for Youth Team educates youth on abuse, in efforts to empower youth to make healthy lifestyle choices.

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  • \nAimee - We’re from the Women’s Shelter, has anyone heard of it or know what it \nAimee - We’re from the Women’s Shelter, has anyone heard of it or know what it does? Has anyone heard of Inside Out before? Violence prevention team visiting schools and talking about healthy relationships, bullying, self esteem and a number of other topics that people your age find interesting. We’re here to provide some information and have some fun, but before we get started we want to ensure that everyone is respected. So we ask that anything that is talked about here stays here, and that we don’t share things people have said outside of this group. It’s also important that we take turns talking so everyone can be heard.\ndoes? Has anyone heard of Inside Out before? Violence prevention team visiting schools and talking about healthy relationships, bullying, self esteem and a number of other topics that people your age find interesting. We’re here to provide some information and have some fun, but before we get started we want to ensure that everyone is respected. So we ask that anything that is talked about here stays here, and that we don’t share things people have said outside of this group. It’s also important that we take turns talking so everyone can be heard.\n
  • Lisa - To get started we want to know how much you know about abuse and unhealthy relationships. \nGo through fact or myth, ask students to raise hands if they think it’s a fact or a myth. \n
  • Lisa - To get started we want to know how much you know about abuse and unhealthy relationships. \nGo through fact or myth, ask students to raise hands if they think it’s a fact or a myth. \n
  • Lisa - To get started we want to know how much you know about abuse and unhealthy relationships. \nGo through fact or myth, ask students to raise hands if they think it’s a fact or a myth. \n
  • Lisa - To get started we want to know how much you know about abuse and unhealthy relationships. \nGo through fact or myth, ask students to raise hands if they think it’s a fact or a myth. \n
  • Lisa - To get started we want to know how much you know about abuse and unhealthy relationships. \nGo through fact or myth, ask students to raise hands if they think it’s a fact or a myth. \n
  • Lisa - To get started we want to know how much you know about abuse and unhealthy relationships. \nGo through fact or myth, ask students to raise hands if they think it’s a fact or a myth. \n
  • Lisa - To get started we want to know how much you know about abuse and unhealthy relationships. \nGo through fact or myth, ask students to raise hands if they think it’s a fact or a myth. \n
  • Does anyone have any ideas about what abuse is? What do you think of when you think of the word abuse? What about an unhealthy relationship?\n
  • Does anyone have any ideas about what abuse is? What do you think of when you think of the word abuse? What about an unhealthy relationship?\n
  • Simone\n
  • Simone - There are many types of abuse, here are a few of the more common ones\n
  • Tiffany - What happened in the video? Would this be considered abuse? \nWhat type of abuse did you think happened in the videos?\nSplit into boys and girls-one person records and one person presents from group - How was the boy feeling? How was the girl feeling?\nWhat could they have done differently?\n\nPresent what you decided to other group and us.\n
  • Aimee\n
  • Simone\n
  • Tiffany\n
  • Lisa - Ask what is a healthy relationship\n
  • Aimee Check out – does anyone have any final thoughts, feelings or comments about today? What’s one thing you learned?\n
  • Healthy Relationships

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. Fact Or Myth? 2
    3. 3. Fact Or Myth? 1. Abuse occurs more often among people who are poor, belong to minority groups or people who are married. 2
    4. 4. Fact Or Myth? 1. Abuse occurs more often among people who are poor, belong to minority groups or people who are married. MYTH 2
    5. 5. Fact Or Myth? 1. Abuse occurs more often among people who are poor, belong to minority groups or people who are married. MYTH 2. Alcohol and drug use causes abuse. 2
    6. 6. Fact Or Myth? 1. Abuse occurs more often among people who are poor, belong to minority groups or people who are married. MYTH 2. Alcohol and drug use causes abuse. MYTH 2
    7. 7. Fact Or Myth? 1. Abuse occurs more often among people who are poor, belong to minority groups or people who are married. MYTH 2. Alcohol and drug use causes abuse. MYTH 3. An abusive person does not love their partner. 2
    8. 8. Fact Or Myth? 1. Abuse occurs more often among people who are poor, belong to minority groups or people who are married. MYTH 2. Alcohol and drug use causes abuse. MYTH 3. An abusive person does not love their partner. MYTH 2
    9. 9. Fact Or Myth? 1. Abuse occurs more often among people who are poor, belong to minority groups or people who are married. MYTH 2. Alcohol and drug use causes abuse. MYTH 3. An abusive person does not love their partner. MYTH 4. You can tell if someone is abusive to their partner, because they behave that way toward other people too. 2
    10. 10. Fact Or Myth Continued… 3
    11. 11. Fact Or Myth Continued… You cannot control or change the behaviour of another person. You can only change what you choose to do yourself. 3
    12. 12. Fact Or Myth Continued… You cannot control or change the behaviour of another person. You can only change what you choose to do yourself. FACT 3
    13. 13. What is Relationship Abuse? Abuse is a pattern of behaviour in which physical violence and/or emotional coercion is used to gain or maintain power or control in a relationship. A single incident of assault also constitutes abuse. 4
    14. 14. Types of Abuse Physical Emotional Sexual Financial Medical Bullying Spiritual Stalking/Harassment Elder Abuse 5
    15. 15. Videos!! http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Dfg6kQv6nRA&feature=mfu_in_order& list=UL School Girl http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=FzImpqSOqok&feature=mfu_in_order& list=UL School Boy 6
    16. 16. Cycle of Violence 7
    17. 17. About Abuse: What is it?? Abuse is any behaviour that is used to gain and/or maintain power and control over another person. Abuse is never the fault of the victim. Nobody deserves abuse An abusive partner does not necessarily behave in an abusive way all the time. Someone who abuses their partner may love them, but does not know how to treat them with respect 8
    18. 18. About Abuse: What is it?? You do not have to leave your relationship, stay at the Shelter or make a police report to use our free and confidential counselling and support services. Abusers rarely stop abusing on their own, and you cannot change the behaviour of another person. You can only change what you choose to do for yourself. Abuse is not just physical violence. There are many types of abuse, including emotional, sexual and financial abuse. 9
    19. 19. Foundations of Healthy RelationshipsA clear sense of your own values healthy self-esteem and self respect knowing who you are and what you want knowing and asserting your boundaries high expectations of how others should treat you 10
    20. 20. Like Our Page! 11

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