Leaving an abusive relationship or just having left one can be extremely difficult. Thankfully there are laws in place that help prevent employment and housing discrimination.
Pregnancy can be full of excitement but also comes with an added need for support. If your partner is abusive toward you, it can make these months of transition difficult.
Reproductive coercion is a form of power and control where one partner strips the other of the ability to control their own reproductive system.
In a relationship where some form of abuse is present, it is not uncommon that an abusive partner extends their power and control into the area of finances.
Lately we’ve seen social media channels become venues for public shaming and sharing information without ones consent to large numbers of people.
In addition to packing and planning, there are a few other measures you can take to safeguard against potential problems that may arise when you’re leaving.
If you’re thinking about leaving an abusive relationship, there are steps you can take to prepare and ensure your safety.
If you’re in a relationship where physical abuse is ongoing or likely to occur, there are some practical tips that could help keep you safer. Remember: what works for one person may not be a safe option for another.
A parent’s instinct is to make sure their child is safe – but how can you do this best if your abusive partner is unpredictable, or manipulative?
A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that can help you avoid dangerous situations and know the best way to react when you are in danger.