There are three types of abusive relationships
Abusive Relationships is not a fun topic to talk about because, if you are not the one who is getting abused then it is someone who you know and some sad cases it is both. Now most of you are wondering;
“Why don’t they just leave them?”
Well, that is really simple to answer and kind of obvious that most people have a hard time believing that it is true. There are plenty of answers to this question and the person that is getting abused is being told;
- No one will believe you
- I love you
- It will never happen again
- You are alone
- You deserved it
- No one will want you
All of these things that are being said and at first they don’t believe it but, it just keeps being said and they just can’t help but start believing it even though it is not true ….
The one who is being abused will think/believe;
- I am alone
- No one will want me
- No one loves me
- I did deserve it
- I am ugly
The hard truth is that the list will keep on going for a while… Some people do not realize that they deserve better than how they are being treated… They do not realize that there are millions of people around the world that are getting abused by people that they know and trust and that they are not alone.
If I am talking to you who is actually getting abused by someone please read and listen. No one really understands how it feels to be abused until it happens to them. You are;
- Not alone
- You deserve better
You need to believe me and if you know someone who is getting abused by anyone please tell them and make them believe that they are the things I said… They need someone out there for them .
According to http://sapac.umich.edu/article/311 says;
- 21% of college students report experienced dating violence with there current partner now.
- 32% experienced dating violence by a old partner.
- Among college students who were sexually assaulted, 35% of attempted rapes occurred on dates, 22% of threatened rapes occurred on dates, and 12% of completed rapes occurred on dates.
- Over 13% of college women report they have been stalked. Of these, 42% were stalked by a boyfriend or ex-boyfriend.
- Some students may not define their experience as abusive.
- It’s not OK to be physically threatened or scared into things that make you uncomfortable or unhappy just because you are in a relationship.
- It’s not OK to be put down and pushed around—shoved, hit, slapped, kicked or punched. No one deserves to be treated this way. No one should use violence—or the threat of violence—to make you do what you don’t want to do.
- It’s not OK for someone to use the excuse that they are tired, stressed, over-worked or under financial pressure as a reason for their violent behavior.
- If you’re living with your boyfriend or girlfriend and are feeling unsafe, find other accommodations with friends or family, or if that’s not possible, an emergency shelter.
And they are 100% correct like I said before and I will say it again you deserve better than being treated like a punching bag…
There are some help lines to help you out on the last website and these are free so the website said but, it won’t hurt to try to get help and to talk to someone… THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL…..;
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK(8255)
- The Boys Town National Hotline at 1-800-448-3000
- National Teen Dating Abuse Help Lines at 1-866-331-9474
PLEASE GET HELP OR WALK OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP
YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL 🙂