Types of Domestic Violence and How to Break the Cycle

The common myth about domestic violence is that it occurs to women and their children. The reality is that anyone can find themselves in an abusive relationship at any stage of their lives. This article will not only cover the different Types of Domestic Violence, it will also cover the traits of these abusers and what you can do to […]

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Nine Warning Signs of an Abuser

No one is immune to abuse. Men, women, children, and seniors are all prone to being abuse victims. Abuse can take many forms, including physical assault, emotional bullying, sexual abuse, or neglect. Abuse victims may develop emotional and psychological problems, including anxiety disorders and depression. Victims that have faced severe abuse may resort to substance abuse and may develop posttraumatic […]

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Intimate Partner Abuse

Intimate partner abuse is a form of domestic violence that can occur against both men and women. It does not matter what type of relationship one is involved in, abuse can occur in any type of relationship, including both heterosexual and same sex ones. Depending upon the severity of the abuse, outsiders may not be aware of what is happening […]

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Discovering Teen Dating Violence around You

Discovering the Numbers, Cases and Stories of Teen Dating Violence abusive relationships with violence and rape have attempted suicide. That’s just statistics. There are real stories of pain and loss behind every number. It’s scary and it is not the way it should be. High school romantic relationships, like all relationships, should be about respect and love. Teen dating violence should […]

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Introvert vs. Extrovert: Social Butterflies and Wallflowers

Humans are different. We all have our individual social preferences. Some are the life of the party and some would much rather a book or a movie in the safety and warmth of their own home. Some people would enjoy a close circle of friends and some are everybody’s best friend. What are the factors that control our social choices? […]

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