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    1. 1. Prepared by Miss Naugle<br /> 2010<br />Dating Abuse<br />
    2. 2. Dating Abuse vs. Domestic Abuse<br />Can be any partner combination<br />Not living together<br />Married or living together<br />85% of all victims are women!<br />
    3. 3. Types of Abuse<br />
    4. 4. A Current Problem <br />
    5. 5. It Happens…<br />
    6. 6. The Abuse Cycle<br />
    7. 7. Why do victims stay with the abuser?<br />Why Stay?<br />
    8. 8. Physical Abuse<br />1 in 10<br />Teenagers will be involved in an abusive relationship.<br />Any physical touch that results in bodily injury or pain<br /> Examples include:<br /> biting<br /> pushing<br /> hitting<br /> poking<br /> grabbing<br /> pulling<br />
    9. 9. Physical Abuse<br />Of the 30%, of cases reported in 2005, 1/3 of the victims grew up in an abusive home<br />Warning Signs<br /> disregard for your emotions<br /> alcohol/drug abuse<br />violent childhood<br />cruelty to animals<br />dislike or mistrust of women<br />
    10. 10. More difficult to identify<br />Can be a comment or other means to attack victims self-esteem or self-worth<br />Emotional Abuse<br />
    11. 11. Sexual Abuse<br />There are three types of sexual abuse<br />
    12. 12. Sexual Harassment<br />Includes a variety of methods<br /><ul><li> It is UNWANTED</li></ul> comments or jokes<br />messages<br /> rumors<br /> spying<br /> pulling clothes<br />exposing body parts <br />inappropriate touch<br />That has sexual overtones<br />
    13. 13. What is it?<br />Why do victims stay?<br />Abusers tend to be in a “dominant” position<br />Forced or coerced sexual activity<br /> Can be a variety of behaviors from touching to penetration<br />Fear<br /> Lack of vocabulary<br /> Stress disorders<br /> Drug/Alcohol battles<br /> Lack of trust in adults<br />Inability to develop relationships<br />Sexual Abuse sexual touch without consent<br />
    14. 14. Sexual Assault<br />Sexual touch <br />without consent and has the threat of violence<br />This includes Rape and Date Rape<br />
    15. 15. Sexual Assault<br />
    16. 16. Date Rape<br />
    17. 17. The Victim<br /><ul><li>Do not shower
    18. 18. Do not throw out or discard of clothes or sheets
    19. 19. Go seek medical attention IMMEDIATELY
    20. 20. Report it
    21. 21. Talk to a friend
    22. 22. Seek professional counseling/therapy
    23. 23. NEVER BLAME YOURSELF</li></li></ul><li>Make Yourself Heard<br />
    24. 24. How to Help…<br />Education<br />Expressing concern<br />Listening and believing<br />Don’t judge<br />Encourage without blame<br />Talk to trusted adult/counselor<br />Pass along information<br />Offer to go to help with them<br />
    25. 25. Date Rape Drugs<br />There are 3 major date rape drugs<br />Alcohol<br />GHB (gamma hydroxybutyric )<br />Rohypnol <br />ODORLESS<br />TASTELESS<br />COLORLESS<br />
    26. 26. Rohypnol<br />GHB<br />Comes as a pill <br />New pills have a dye in them<br />Can be felt within 30 minutes and last several hours<br />Liquid, powder, or pill<br />Slight salty taste (added to sweet drinks)<br />Can be felt within 15-20 minutes and last 3-4 hours<br />Easy to overdose (made at home labs)<br />A Little More Specific<br />
    27. 27. ROHYPNOL<br />Might look and act like someone who is drunk<br />Muscle relaxation or loss of muscle control <br />Difficulty with motor movements <br />Drunk feeling <br />Problems talking <br />Nausea <br />Can't remember what happened while drugged <br />Loss of consciousness (black out) <br />Confusion <br />Problems seeing <br />Dizziness <br />Sleepiness <br />Lower blood pressure <br />Stomach problems <br />Death<br />
    28. 28. GHB<br />GHB was recently made legal in US to treat narcolepsy. However, most doses are made in home labs.<br />If you can’t trust your local drug dealer, seriously, who can you trust?<br />Relaxation <br />Drowsiness <br />Dizziness <br />Nausea <br />Problems seeing <br />Loss of consciousness (black out) <br />Seizures <br />Can't remember what happened while drugged <br />Problems breathing <br />Tremors <br />Sweating <br />Vomiting <br />Slow heart rate <br />Dream-like feeling <br />Coma <br />Death<br />
    29. 29. Yes, Even Alcohol<br />First couple of drinks will make the user feel:<br />Jubilation<br />Judgment and decision making skills decrease<br />Visual and motor skills become clumsy<br />Boldness<br />Temporary relief<br />Lower of inhibitions <br />Temporary relief of tension<br />After continued intake of alcohol effects will become more pronounced<br />Lack of motor skills which can result in stumbling and falling<br />Slurring of speech<br />Inability to process information<br />Sad or more aggressive (outside from normal)<br />Loss of memory<br />Slowing of heart, blood pressure, and respiratory rates<br />Coma<br />Death<br />
    30. 30. PROTECTING YOURSELF<br />Don't accept drinks from other people. <br />Open containers yourself. <br />Keep your drink with you at all times, even when you go to the bathroom. <br />Don't share drinks. <br />Don't drink from punch bowls or other common, open containers. They may already have drugs in them. <br />If someone offers to get you a drink from a bar or at a party, go with the person to order your drink. Watch the drink being poured and carry it yourself. <br />Don't drink anything that tastes or smells strange. Sometimes, GHB tastes salty. <br />Have a nondrinking friend with you to make sure nothing happens. <br />If you realize you left your drink unattended, pour it out. <br />If you feel drunk and haven't drunk any alcohol — or, if you feel like the effects of drinking alcohol are stronger than usual — get help right away. <br />
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