How do you recognize you’re in an abusive relationship and reach out to others for help?
Almost 30% of couples report that they are struggling with some sort of abuse or domestic violence, but the issue is often denied, excused, or overlooked by the victim.
This is particularly true if the abuse is psychological rather than physical.
The first step towards getting help is to notice and acknowledge it, rather than avoid it. You should not have to live in fear of the person you love.
Look for the following red flags and, if they’re present in your relationship, reach out to somebody. Remember – there is always help available for you.